When David Hockney discovered the iPhone as an artistic medium, he opened up entirely new possibilities for painting.
He made his first digital drawings in spring 2009. The iPhone was easy to use and he didn’t even have to get out of bed to start his working day, drawing morning impressions in broad lines and dazzling colors
directly on his screen. In 2010, Hockney first used an iPad which, with its larger screen, expanded his artistic repertoire and enabled an even more complex interplay of color, light, and line.Each image captures a fleeting momen
t, from the colorful sunrise and lilac morning sky to nighttime impressions and the arrival of spring. Fascinating details reveal drops on window panes, distant lights in the night, reflections on glasses, bottles, and vases an abundance of subtly varied vegetation. We experience the passage of time through the eyes of David Hockney.
This artist’s book, printed in large-format, brilliant resolution, presents these impressions in 120 drawings made between 2009 and 2012, arranged by the artist himself in chronological order.Art Edition (No. 251–500), with a print of the iPad drawing ‘No. 281’, 23rd July 2010. Both the book and print are signed by David Hockney.
Also available in three additional Art Editions of 250 copies respectively, each with a print signed by David Hockney, and as a signed Collector’s Edition (No. 1,001–2,000).
David Hockney. My Window. Art Edition (No. 251–500) ‘No. 281’, 23rd July 2010
Edition of 250
Hardcover, 15.2 x 19.7 in., 248 pages, signed by David Hockney; with a signed print of the iPad drawing ‘No. 281’, 23rd July 2010, 8-color inkjet print on cotton-fiber archival paper, 17 x 22 in.
The picture frame seen here is for display purposes only; the print is sold unframed.