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I thoroughly enjoyed this lecture and learned a great deal! It was a pleasure!
I really enjoyed this class about David Hockney. It was well organized, we were exposed to all aspects of his career, and it left me wanting to know more.
Fascinating artist, a fascinating talk...
a bit awkward.
She also needs to study more about LA.and David Hockney. I was surprised that she got Christopher Isherwood mixed up with Don Bachardy when talking about their double portrait. Don is looking strait ahead, and Christoper is looking at Don. Most of the prints she showed were done at Gemini GEL and that was the main reason why David spent so much time in LA. but no mention of the print workshop. In Fred and Marcia’s portrait, the sculpture in the middle that she could not identify was by William Turnbull (a British artist) whose work is found in Betty Freedman’s portrait. He always included the British artists works that he saw in those collectors’ homes. She did acknowledge that the image was cropped, missing the totem pole which is a major element of that painting. In the photographs, she could not identify the couple doing the crossword puzzle - they are Martin and Mickey Friedman, and he was the director of Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. These are published information, so she should know these facts if she is going to lecture.