Exhibition poster with the work, Me draw on iPad , (2011), by the British artist, David Hockney (b. 1937). Hockney is one of Britain's most influential artists of the 20th century and was central to the 60s pop art scene in London. He is extremely well known among many guests at Louisiana, where he has exhibited several times.
In 2011, Louisiana presented an exhibition with Hockney, where the works were shown on iPads - because they simply came into the world on iPads. The exhibition poster with the work, Me Draw on iPad, was created by Hockney while he was visiting the museum in connection with the exhibition.
David Hockney started working with his iPhone in 2008. He later supplemented with both "Brush" and other applications, which enabled him to produce works of great variety. Since then, Hockney has created hundreds of works on both iPhone and iPad: This applies to flowers, plants, portraits, self-portraits, landscapes and still life.
In the early works, Hockney used his thumb and the other fingers to create the color images directly on the screen and to modify the color, thickness and transparency of the individual strokes.
David Hockney is loved by many for his ability to touch the ordinary - that which the world mostly consists of. He likes to let it float a bit, so that we become involved, because Hockney both offers a motif and that we ourselves get involved in processing the scene.
Today, David Hockney lives in Normandy, where he constantly experiments with materials and captures local moods with his fantastic line and sure sense of color.
Dimensions: 59.4 x 84.1
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Frame: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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