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The East Yorkshire Landscape Why go on painting in Yorkshire? Is it possible to do anything new in the landscape genre? Most of the art world thinks it’s not worth doing anymore. In Europe, …
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David Hockney’s iPad Art Goes on Display
Famed British artist David Hockney started creating art for the iPhone in 2008, and then for the iPad this year, using nothing but his fingers and this handy Brushes app. Initially, Hockney only shared his digital drawings with a small circle of friends. But now he's making that circle much larger.
...the mental picture we have of artist David Hockney sitting down with his iPad and whirling, swishing, zigzagging his septuagenarian fingers all over it to create the bright, Miró-like flowers currently on view at Fondation Pierre Bergé Yves Saint Laurent. The exhibition (through January 2011) features 250 such pixelated bouquets, which he originally created on his iPhone in 2008 for the purpose of emailing friends, and which he continues to email to the Foundation for the duration of the…