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  • Hockney's portrait of the pair has Bachardy looking straight ahead, while Isherwood glances sideways at him, troubled and uncertain.

    Christopher Isherwood remembered: 'Chris always loved young men, and I was certainly young'

  • The artists, some native to Southern California, others attracted by the promise of beaches, gorgeous girls or, in David Hockney's case, the boys! and, principally, of freedom from all the old ways of doing things, are at the center of everything.

    Peter Clothier: Rebels in Paradise

  • (There's also a cute piece on David Hockney's use of the iPhone to create and share new art, but despite the promise in the print edition I can't find it up on the website yet.)

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • I'd witnessed this staging with David Hockney's dazzling designs—each set is a work of art four times in the past.

    A Season of Meager Delights

  • We get gossip about Hockney's portraits and are treated to his views of the clubs and of sex, but almost nothing about his understanding of composition and visual experience.

    Michael Roth: Review of Rebels in Paradise

  • Her landscapes, with their broad brushstrokes and chromatic exaggeration, may not be as sophisticated as Mr. Hockney's tributes to East Yorkshire and the Hollywood Hills, but they're not as programmatic, either.

    The Good, the Bad and the Inspiring

  • The impact of Picasso's innovation is explored through art as diverse as Henry Moore's monumental modernism, Francis Bacon's twisted paintings of existential horror, and David Hockney's pop-sharp vision, as well as work by Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Ben Nicholson and Graham Sutherland.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Meanwhile, David Hockney's famed early painting, We Two Boys Together Clinging, strikes a wry note of both adolescent awkwardness and resistance.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • David Hockney's exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art is the latest and most powerful testament to the impact of the iPad in creating works of art.

    Summer fashion 2012 will be in glorious techno colour

  • A small note on the posters for David Hockney's forthcoming exhibition at the Royal Academy contains a sly dig at another superstar artist about to launch a major exhibition.

    David Hockney and Damien Hirst go head to head with solo London shows

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