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Artnet News | The Five Artworks You Shouldn’t Miss at Masterpiece London 2017

From Rossetti and Monet to Keith Haring and David Hockney, here are our top selections from the fair.  By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, June 29, 2017 The eighth edition of Masterpiece London, considered by many as the smaller sibling of TEFAF, held its preview at the Royal Hospital Chelsea yesterday, with some 153 international galleries showcasing their […]

02/07/17

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Mayfair Magazine features Hockney iPad work | New Horizons

Contemporary landscape artists are defying conventions and the laws of nature, writes Camilla Apcar Between 1974 and 1977, Anselm Kiefer painted a book of watercolours – Transition from Cool to Warm – of seascapes morphing into orange female nudes. It broadened the definition of what landscape painting could be, and what we expect such images […]

30/06/17

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Candid Magazine | Masterpiece 2017 | The Cross Collecting Art Fair

Today sees the opening of Masterpiece, the London art fair that in the seven years since its founding has quickly established itself as one of the global calendar highlights for big name galleries, and deep-pocketed buyers. Running from the 29 of June until the 5 July, the fair has over 150 exhibitors this year, and […]

30/06/17

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The Art Newspaper – Three to See

  Do Ho Suh develops notions of dislocation and transience in a show of new fabric sculptures at Victoria Miro gallery (Passages/s, until 18 March). The exhibition centres on Hubs, a series of fabric pieces that Suh describes as “in-between spaces, from the bedroom to the kitchen, for instance”. But there is a departure in […]

12/05/17

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The Art Newspaper on ‘how Hockney made it to America’

  An exhibition of David Hockney’s very early work due to open at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert gallery in London next month (David Hockney: The Complete Early Etchings 1961-64; 3 February-10 March) will reveal numerous nuggets about the fledgling career of Yorkshire’s most famous artist son. For instance, the Hockney scholar, Marco Livingstone, points out in an […]

12/05/17

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The Art Newspaper reviews our Hockney Early Etchings show

  Just a few months shy of his 80th birthday, the British artist David Hockney and his early etchings become the focus of a show in London that coincides with his much-anticipated retrospective at Tate Britain (9 February-29 May). The Complete Early Etchings 1961-64 at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (3 February-10 March) in London’s St James’s charts […]

12/05/17

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Financial Times on the ‘genius of the young Hockney’

  Visual Arts: Jackie Wullschlager David Hockney: The Complete Early Etchings, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London Complementing Tate’s show, this highlights the subversive manner, experimental energy and genius of the young Hockney. It includes an impression of every print he made from 1961 – 1964: the ‘Rakes Progress’, the rare self-portrait ‘ECR’, ‘In Memory of Cecchino Bracci’, loaned […]

12/04/17

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The Sunday Times recommends our Hockney show

  Tate Britains exhibition is the first of the year’s 80th birthday nods. Inevitably, there are already others. Taschen’s A Bigger Book, in its Sumo range, is at the huge-investment end of the scale. These whoppers come with a primary-coloured stand designed by Marc Newson. Inside, over 600 pages, are 60 years of Hockney’s work […]

12/04/17

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Financial Times Features a ‘Stunning Collection of Rare Modern Prints’

  For a man who has built up a highly successful hospitality empire, Stefan Turnbull is the epitome of quiet modesty. He’s unassuming when talking about the sleek Cubitt House enterprise – a stable of two London hotels and four high-end gastropubs, including The Grazing Goat in Marylebone – which he co-founded in 2005 and sold in 2015, […]

15/03/17

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Artists and Illustrators | Hockney in top 12 art exhibitions for February

David Hockney: The Complete Early Etchings 1961-1964  3 February to 10 March 2017 As Hockney’s retrospective opens at Tate Britain, you can also visit the first-ever comprehensive exhibition of David Hockney’s pioneering early prints, including a complete A Rake’s Progress series as well as the rare self-portrait ECR (1961) on loan from the Tate.  Image: […]

12/03/17

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Antiques Trade Gazette reviews ‘lesser known Hockneys’

  TATE Britain opens a David Hockney retrospective in March, bringing together some of the 79-year-old artist’s most recognisable works. In the lead-up to this museum blockbuster, two London galleries have joined forces to exhibit a comprehensive set of some of Hockney’s less familiar and earliest works. A complete set of his early etchings, some […]

12/03/17

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Financial Times Weekend: Hockney Early Etchings

As the London art market prepares for its auction season (beginning February 28), the spotlight is on the guarantees used to encourage wary sellers. To add to the suite of financial incentives, the art investment firm Willstone Capital has obtained a $100m credit line from the New York hedge fund Allegiance Investment Advisors, and two […]

01/03/17

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Hockney show ‘a must’ in Apollo Magazine

  ‘David Hockney’s Art Used To Be As Cheap As Chips’ by Susan Moore Fish and chip shops may not be the obvious place to find a work of art – except, perhaps, in Yorkshire. In 1954, the 17-year-old David Hockney made a lithograph of his local chippie, The Sea Catch, around the corner from […]

28/02/17

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Colour, Heat and Sex: David Hockney at Tate Britain Reviewed in the Spectator

  Laura Freeman describes our survey of Hockney’s early etchings as ‘an important companion show’ to the Tate’s retrospective in The Spectator. Read the full article below: No Californian could have painted Hockney’s pools. No La-La Land artist, raised on sun and orange juice, would have done tiles and diving boards and tan-lined bottoms as the […]

16/02/17

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Wall Street International covers Hockney

‘…I started doing graphic work in 1961 because I’d run out of money and I couldn’t buy any paint, and in the graphic department they gave you the materials for free. So I started etching, and the first I did was Myself and My Heroes. My heroes were Walt Whitman and Gandhi. There was a […]

15/02/17

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Artnet News on our ‘Never Before Seen Hockney Prints’

  By Alyssa Buffenstein Brought together by a common desire to champion the early work of the prolific British artist David Hockney, London dealers Lyndsey Ingram and James Holland-Hibbert are staging an exhibition of etchings he made in his early years as an artist. Coinciding with the Tate Britain’s retrospective, which opens on February 9, […]

12/02/17

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Hockney on Monocle Arts Review Radio

Kathleen Fox-Davies recommends our Hockney early etchings show on Monocle 24 Radio. You can listen to the full episode here.  Photography by: David Cleveland

11/02/17

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Hockney early etchings featured on Art Daily

The first-ever exhibition of David Hockney’s complete early prints (1961-1964) opened at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert. This exhibition is a collaboration between specialist post-war print dealer Lyndsey Ingram, whose new London gallery space opens later in 2017, and James Holland-Hibbert, an established dealer in modern and contemporary British paintings and Director of Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert. The exhibition includes an […]

07/02/17

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Hockney review in today’s London Evening Standard

Prints are absent from Tate Britain’s Hockney retrospective, opening next week, so this is a welcome show. It gathers etchings made in his shift from precocious student to professional artist, crucial works in his trajectory: through them, he realised he could make a living as an artist. Indeed, Hockney pictures himself selling prints to William Lieberman at the […]

03/02/17

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‘Hockney’s that aren’t only for the rich’ by Colin Gleadell, The Daily Telegraph

The Tate’s forthcoming retrospective ignores the artist’s prints – but the market for them is thriving, says Colin Gleadell   A major retrospective exhibition for David Hockney at Tate Britain next month promises to cover “the full scope of his artistic practice” – drawings, paintings, photography, and video. But, much to the dismay of print enthusiasts, […]

24/01/17