British artist David Hockney is considered one of the most important artists in the 20th century. His works both in illustration and photography are marked with his experimental approach and curiosity through technique and style -- mixing media with paint, Xerox copier, lithography, photography, and more.
In celebration of his 80th birthday, the Getty Museum revisits his works over the past 65 years and his iconic photography from the 80's -- the novel instant photograph composites and collages which reveal his study on time and space.
Moreover, the self-portraits portion present all of his drawn and photographed self-portraits, from when he was a 17-year-old art student up to his iPad studies in 2012.
Manx photographer Chris Killip's In Flagrante is one of the most important photobooks of documentary photography. We revisit his work that captured the deindustrialization of the working class communities in Northern England during the 70's and 80's.
Young photographer Jamie Hawkesworth's works have been on the cover five years after his debut on photography, and he's become a favorite among the fashion world. Here is a review of his young work from his beginner days to now.
The German photographer is one of the iconic artists that promoted "Neues Bauen" or "New Objectivity", a movement in architecture that favored functionalism. As a photographer, Werner Mantz applied the same approach to his photography.
The lady love of the music icon John Lennon wasn't just famous for being the better half of the musician; she was an artist in her own right, one that influenced Lennon to take his creativity, imagination, and passion further, leading to some experimental works and music.