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David Hockney on Photography & Other Matters (Secret Knowledge)
 
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David Hockney Documentary - A proper heavyweight in the Arts. Have a look at my other uploads.
Views: 94878 Alan Whicker
David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
 
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Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history A Very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters.
1 0f 3 David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
 
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Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history This is a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters.
DAVID HOCKNEY ~ The Art of Seeing
 
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The artists trinity : heart, hand & eye https://about.me/namadejigas
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David Hockney at Tate Britain: Part 1
 
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Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ofIySI The Art Channel walks through an exhibition at Tate Britain showing 60 years of art by David Hockney. From his earliest experiments in painting, Hockney develops a naturalism that explores the experience of looking at the world. This first film analyses six key paintings from the first half of his career including A Bigger Splash and Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy. Ever curious and observant, Hockney is constantly testing the possibility of art to represent and understand friends, places, objects and architecture. Because the show was so large, we've divided the film into two parts, looking closely at several key works to understand Hockney's legacy and achievement. Twitter: @theartchannel1 Instagram: @the_art_channel1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheArtChannelUK The Art Channel films and reviews exhibitions of Contemporary Art. We aim to make art and exhibitions accessible for everyone. Grace Adam is an artist and educator. Joshua White is a lecturer and writer. Between us, we work for the Tate Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Academy, The University of the Arts, Flash Art, Christie's Education and Sotheby's Institute. The Art Channel is a member of Canvas, The Arts Council's online hub for the arts. All the opinions are our own. Please feel free to subscribe, add your comments, share our videos and give a thumbs up, if you've enjoyed any film. For more details and further contact information see graceadam.com and joshuaswhite.com.
Views: 30164 The Art Channel
Hockney's "Secret Knowledge" & The Lie of Technology
 
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Hockney's Expose http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBNrgCaoyW8
Views: 1078 h.thomas ackermann
2 0f 3 David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
 
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Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history This is a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters. 2 of 3
David Hockney Interview: Lost Knowledge
 
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British artist David Hockney talks about the hidden role of photography in art history and the problem of preserving human knowledge in the digital age. David Hockney (b. 1937) is one of the most important contemporary artists living today. In this interview he talks about the birth of photography and its "murky" role in art history. A theme that he deals with in his groundbreaking book "The secret knowledge". "Art history has never known how to deal with photography" he says, and points out how the "camera vision" has influenced art and the artistic process. David Hockney was interviewed by Christian Lund, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, March 2011 in connection with the ’Me Draw On iPad’ exhibition. Produced by: Martin Kogi and Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 2234 Louisiana Channel
Debunking Hockney Part 1
 
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David Hockney's "Secret Knowledge" Pg. 52-53 & 138-139 Comparing Oils and Tempura Paints: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcCHmXhhA0s Book: "Secret Knowledge" (Expanded) by David Hockney, Viking Studio, 2006 (http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Knowledge-New-Expanded-Rediscovering/dp/B0018ZOAES/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273094371&sr=8-2)
Views: 9457 Aniki Nippon
3 0f 3 David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
 
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Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history This is a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters. 3 of 3
Hockney
 
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Views: 465 Julien Breuil
DAVID HOCKNEY - Secret Knowledge- CSO VELASQUEZ -Old Masters, Vermeer, oil painting
 
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David Hockney proved that MANY old masters..but NOT ALL ... used the camara obscura, mirrors and glass lenses to project and trace images. Please see my Youtube videos. "The Van Eyck Secret Medium" and the new "AIR PUMP LINSEED OIL" that dries in under 14 hours. to see all my videos, type in CSO VELASQUEZ-- thank you
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Debunking Hockney Pt. 2
 
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Exhibit A: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5a/Tacuin_Bl%C3%A914.jpg Exhibit B: http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/n/images/nature_durer_largeturf_lg.jpg Exhibit A is "Tacuina sanitatis" Circa 1450, Unknown Artist Exhibit B is "LargeTurf" By Albert Durer Fallacy ugly older painting compared to this magnificent drawing by two different artists at two different times for two different purposes. Book: "Secret Knowledge" (Expanded) by David Hockney, Viking Studio, 2006 (http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Knowledge-New-Expanded-Rediscovering/dp/B0018ZOAES/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273094371&sr=8-2)
Views: 833 Aniki Nippon
Short version: David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
 
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Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history A shortened version of a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters. Full version posted on my channel.
David Hockney's Art
 
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A short film about the most favorite painter, photographer,printmaker ....by Liana and Joanna
Debunking Hockney 1
 
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David Hockney, "Secret Knowledge", 2006, Viking Studio Pg.23 and Pg.54 Sources for Art: Durer Technical Aid Print: http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/afm-projects/the-art-of-perspective/assets/20_Albrecht_Durer_1525.jpg Durer Grid Print: http://graphics.stanford.edu/courses/cs48n-09/images/durer-artists-glass-ssh.jpg Caravaggio, "The Lute Player": http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f1/1596_Caravaggio%2C_The_Lute_Player_The_Hermitage%2C_St._Petersburg.jpg
Views: 563 Aniki Nippon
"Painting with Light". David Hockney.
 
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1986. British artist David Hockney exploring the Quantel Paintbox Graphics System for a BBC 2 documentary series. Recorded from one of my old VHS tapes - sorry for the rather low quality. If anyone is interested I have recently re-captured this programme and cleaned it up so it looks much better.
Views: 27800 Chris North
Hockney Official Trailer 1 (2016) - David Hockney Documentary HD
 
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Hockney Official Trailer 1 (2016) - David Hockney Documentary HD Subscribe to INDIE & FILM FESTIVALS: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/1QyRMsE Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Hockney sees the charismatic artist take director Randall Wright on an exclusive tour of his archives and into his studio, where he still paints seven days a week. The film, which looks back at Hockney's formative years in the British Pop Art scene and his experience of being a gay man as the Aids crisis took hold, as well as his years working in California. You're quite the artsy one, aren't you? Fandango MOVIECLIPS FILM FESTIVALS & INDIE TRAILERS is the destination for...well, all things related to Film Festivals & Indie Films. If you want to keep up with the latest festival news, art house openings, indie movie content, film reviews, and so much more, then you have found the right channel.
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David Hockney
 
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David Hockney, what more is there to say?
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David Hockney - Pleasures of the eye (part 5/6)
 
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David Hockney's Pleasures of the eye - I piaceri dell'occhio
Views: 6020 Salvo Ognibene
The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters:
 
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This is a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters.
Views: 557 TheLUCIDArt
BBC Secret Knowledge The Art of Witchcraft
 
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Arts Documentary hosted by Lachlan Goudie, published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Secret Knowledge s in 2013 - English narration Artist Lachlan
Views: 465 shad hockaday
FILM 4- HOCKNEY - KNOWLEDGE
 
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What was the Secret Knowledge? Does it change the way you look at painting? Why?
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Debunking Hockney Pt. 3
 
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Exhibit A: N/A (Source: "Study of Female head" c.1623, Chalk on Paper, Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen, Dresden Pg. 323) Exhibit B: http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/h/honthors/2/01fiddle.html Book: "Secret Knowledge" (Expanded) by David Hockney, Viking Studio, 2006 (http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Knowledge-New-Expanded-Rediscovering/dp/B0018ZOAES/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273094371&sr=8-2)
Views: 347 Aniki Nippon
Memo to Hockney: Why artists didn’t use the camera obscura
 
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Debunking the myth of old master technology. #Painting #Optics #Hockney #Vermeer #arthistory #technique #perception #perspective #drawing #art #projection #cameraobscura #baroque #renaissance #DavidHockney #NationalGalleryVictoria #MonashUniversity #Monash
Views: 3258 Robert Nelson
What Makes An Artist? David Hockney
 
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While at the RCA, David Hockney studied alongside R. B. Kitaj, Allen Jones, Patrick Caulfield, Ridley Scott amongst many others. Here he discusses the impact of his time as a student at the Royal College of Art.
David Hockney Interview: I Am Not an iPad Artist
 
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"I just happen to be an artist who uses the iPad, I'm not an iPad artist. It's just a medium. But I am aware of the revolutionary aspects of it, and it's implications." In this interview artist David Hockney explains what a medium such as the iPad means to him. David Hockney (b. 1937) also talks about being a practical person, how painting is "an old man's art" and about how you need three things to paint: The hand, the eye and the heart. The conversation also poses the question: What makes a landscape interesting? Hockney talks about his interest in spaces, colors and the subtle change of the seasons. He finds it interesting to revisit the same place as it changes through the seasons, which is very different depending on where in the world you are. As you move about the landscape of the painting, you will see how it slowly changes from winter to spring. David Hockney was interviewed by Anders Kold at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2011. Camera & edit: Martin Kogi Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2013 Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 12691 Louisiana Channel
Jeremy Isaacs talks to David Hockney (Face To Face, 1993)
 
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The Late Show: Face To Face, 10/11/1993. Not my copyright (obviously), just sharing found ephemera.
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David Hockney Interview: I Am a Space Freak
 
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“My sister once said to me she thought space was God. I thought that was rather poetic in a way.” Interview with David Hockney about his endeavour to capture Grand Canyon as a spatial experience in a painting. “We like space, I mean, I do, I’m a space freak really.” If a landscape is a spatial experience, then how do you capture it as an artist? The grand canyon is the world greatest hole, thrilling to look down into it, no focus, no centre, no focal point: “The grandeur of it is very difficult to capture.” David Hockney decided to take on the unphotographable, and drove to the Grand Canyon thinking he would make a photographic collage. Once he saw the prints, he was displeased with the result, as they seemed too flat, he explains. That is why he decided to paint it in stead. Hockney did two large scale paintings of Grand Canyon, the first one was based on the photographs, while the second one, 'A Closer Grand Canyon' seen in this interview, was painted from drawings which he made while staying in a hotel right by the edge of the canyon. Cameras make things distant, Hockney says. He also talks of why he decided to work with small canvases, and the problems of both moving and displaying large works of art. Finally Hockney contemplates cinema and 3D and why to him even that is a flat experience. Two dimensions don´t exist in nature, Hockney says - flatness is to do with human scale: “I’m rather fascinated with flatness.” Today he is working with many cameras simultaniously, because they create illusion of space, via many perspectives. Really we create space in our head, based on time, Hockney adds. To have the feeling of space, a person must be looking around, freely. Nine camera perspectives means you are forced to move around, constantly scanning the scenery: “9D, isn’t that three times better than 3D?” English artist David Hockney, (b.1937) studied at the Royal College of Art where in 1960 he was featured in the exhibition Young Contemporaries that announced the arrival of British Pop art. He was associated with the movement, but his early works display expressionist elements, not dissimilar to some works by Francis Bacon. Hockney has homes in Yorkshire, London and Los Angeles and an office in Hollywood. In the early 1980s, Hockney began to produce photo collages, which he called "joiners," first using Polaroid prints and subsequently 35mm, commercially-processed color prints. Using Polaroid snaps or lab-prints of a single subject, Hockney arranged a patchwork to make a composite image. David Hockney was interviewed by Christian Lund, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2011 Camera and edit by: Martin Kogi Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2012 Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 56450 Louisiana Channel
Lesson 06 - David Hockney
 
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David Hockney, from 'A Secret Knowledge,' explains how he investigated the influence of optical aids on the history of art.
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David Hockney - parte 1
 
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Documentário sobre David Hocney
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‘I assume the best work is yet to come’: David Hockney (1980) - Newsnight archives
 
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A new David Hockney exhibition is opening at London’s Tate Britain this week (9 February - 27 May 2017). In 1980, Fran Morrison caught up with David Hockney for Newsnight to discuss art, America and his then upcoming Tate exhibition. More Newsnight archives here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJxnQXiytA_Q5B1QoksCKI9-igDxDqqpN Newsnight is the BBC's flagship news and current affairs TV programme - with analysis, debate, exclusives, and robust interviews. Website: www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BBCNewsnight Twitter: https://twitter.com/BBCNewsnight Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsnight Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/bbcnewsnight
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Driven, curious & risk-taking  | David Hockney
 
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David Hockney is one of the most influential living artists. Displaying his characteristic wit, Hockney provides critical insights into his major solo exhibition at the NGV, working with new technologies and his personal views on art and art history.
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David Hockney - Pleasures of the eye (part 2/6)
 
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David Hockney's Pleasures of the eye - I piaceri dell'occhio
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SECRET KNOWLEDGE RELEASED
 
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I talk to Stephen Brower about our newest artistic collaboration SECRET KNOWLEDGE OCCULT MAGAZINE volume one. TONS of cool art and info. - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/tomdenneyart
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David Hockney Interview: Photoshop is Boring
 
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In this video David Hockney meditates on the concept of seeing. Of depicting spring, of Picasso's owl that thrills us, of Photoshop and of comparing seat belts and bondage. David Hockney was invited to the launch of Photoshop in Silicon Valley because of his interest in photography. Photoshop has made a lot of magazines look similar and more and more boring, he says. There is more owlness in Picasso's owl than in a stuffed owl because it is an account of a human being looking on an owl. Interviewed by Christian Lund, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2011. Camera: Martin Kogi Produced by: Martin Kogi and Christian Lund, 2012 Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 107371 Louisiana Channel