Life

…he [Hockney] stays young because he is keen. On my own small scale of teleology I can attest that one is more likely to make it through to Thursday if something interesting happens on Wednesday. Hockney, by sheer brilliance of perception, has put himself in a position where every major picture he knows about is a bottomless well of excitement.

Clive James, review of A History of Pictures: From Cave to the Computer Screen by David Hockney and Martin Gayford, Guardian 22.10.16

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Author: bsadceramics

Course leader, MA Ceramics Bath School of Art & Design

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