Drawing is at the heart of the show, which runs through Jan. 20. A group of recent charcoal drawings from the series “The Arrival of Spring in 2013 (Twenty Thirteen)” is a high point of the exhibition, which ranges from massive oil paintings to plein air watercolors to intimate portraits to drawings done with iPods, iPads and computers blown up to large-scale, ink-jet works on paper. There are also what Hockney describes as “Cubist Movies,” filmed with multiple cameras.
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IMAGE: David Hockney’s “Self-Portrait with Red Braces” is part of the de Young show.
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