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Hockney

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David Hockney, O.M. C.H. R.A. is possibly the greatest living English artist and is considered a ‘national treasure’. A painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer he has been a major presence on the art scene since he first caught the public’s eye when taking part of Young Contemporaries Exhibition at the Royal College of Art … Continue reading



Keith Haring: Street Art Boy

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  At long last the BBC film Keith Haring: Street Art Boy , considered the definitive documentary on one of most influential queer artists of the last century, will premiere on PBS American Masters series.  Haring’s pop art and graffiti-like work grew out of the New York City street culture of the 1980s. Much of his work includes sexual … Continue reading



Make Me Famous : the story of the charismatic queer East Village artist Ed Brezinski

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  Brian Vincent’s fascinating, albeit somewhat chaotic, documentary on the queer East Village painter Ed Brezinski, is a great addition to other profiles of some of his peers that were released recently.  Firstly there was  Chris McKim’s incisive documentary of the exceptionally talented artist David Wojanarowicz who died of AIDS in  1992 just 37 years old.  Then … Continue reading



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