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Topic - David Hockney
British police say a post-mortem examination has not provided "obvious natural causes" for the death of a 23-year-old assistant to artist David Hockney.
A young assistant to David Hockney has died after being taken to a hospital from the artist's house.
What do you get the woman who has everything? Britain's Royal Academy of Arts has presented Queen Elizabeth II with works by some of the country's leading artists to mark the monarch's 60 years on the throne.
A collection of more than 400 recently rediscovered prints in which Dennis Hopper documented the U.S. arts scene of the mid-1960s, the civil rights movement and much more is going on show in Berlin _ an exhibition that his children say offers an intimate glimpse at his youth.
A collection of more than 400 recently rediscovered prints in which Dennis Hopper documented the U.S. arts scene of the mid-1960s, the civil rights movement and much more is going on show in Berlin — an exhibition that his children say offers an intimate glimpse at his youth.
When Queen Elizabeth II recently named David Hockney to Britain's prestigious Order of Merit, it was a truly royal accolade but was only the cherry on a magnificent cake that, although well into his 70s, he is continuing to ice vigorously.
A primer on three decades of post-World War II art from Los Angeles, including iconic images from Ed Ruscha and David Hockney, abstract works by Sam Francis and conceptual pieces from the 1960s and 1970s, is going on show in Berlin.
Landscape painting has rarely seemed as much fun as it does in the new David Hockney exhibition at London's Royal Academy.
Hugh Jackman has left Broadway with a lot of broken hearts - and records.
Two of Britain's art superstars are squabbling about whether it's acceptable to use assistants to create works of art.
David Hockney is best known for his pop art. His latest project is pup art.
Some of Britain's best-known artists launched a campaign Friday to oppose planned government cuts that could slash arts funding by 25 percent.
He has said that his assistants do a better painting job than he could and that he gets bored easily.
Mr. Hockney said in an interview that the comment was directed at Mr. Hirst, who has used assistants to help create some of his most famous pieces.