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Issue 019

Book of the Week, Issue 019, News

Book of the Week: David Hockney: A Bigger Book

TASCHEN’s first ever SUMO publication for a painter, A Bigger Book is a majestic visual survey of David Hockney’s art. In it, Hockney takes stock of more than 60 years of work, from his teenage days at art school up to his recent extensive series of portraits, iPad drawings, and Yorkshire landscapes. Never before has Hockney’s oeuvre been published in such scope, with such investment from the artist, and on such an astonishing, immersive scale.Read more

Issue 019, News, Trends in Art

Bill Scott: Vivid Abstractions

Bill Scott is an American painter known for his vivid abstractions. With an underlying patchwork of organic forms and bright colors, Scott evokes the sensations and textures of nature.

Image: Bill Scott, “Late October” (2015), oil on canvas, 35 x 58 inches, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York

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Book of the Week, Issue 019, News

Book of the Week: Rothko

Shimmering, pulsating color masses characterize the Abstract Expressionist masterpieces of Mark Rothko. Like no other artist in his generation, Rothko developed his own stylistic vocabulary, creating ceiling-high canvases that were to be experienced as much as seen, submerging viewers in the drama, intimacy, and tragedy of the human condition.

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Featured Artist, Issue 019, News

Meet Featured Artist Gustavo Artigas

Some artists find an expression that develops quickly and remain on the same creative path. Others reach certain work maturity and then break new ground and seem to start again. They experiment and take risks trying out different routes. The development of Gustavo Artigas’ work is within this second group of artists

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