Critique Report on David Hockney - Philosophical in His Work
David Hockney's works of art leave the viewer with questions which can only be answered within the works. His works are far from simple, for Hockney leaves the viewer with only hints. Such questions arise as whom are we in relation to these largely unpopulated canvases, which represent the products of human life but also speak of human participation so indirectly. Even when covering a canvas with a mass of exciting reds and yellows, Hockney leaves a sense of cool indifference, a visual product of carefully flattened internal perspectives.
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