David Hockney, 'The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011 (twenty eleven) - 31 May, No.
Richter’s Cage series consists of six abstract paintings. They were first presented to the public at the 52nd Biennale in Venice and are currently on display at Tate Modern in London. Richter recently donated a photographic edition of the series to ‘Housing First’, a project that supports homeless people in the North Rhine-Westphalia area.
This is from 'The Four Seasons, Woldgate Wood' by British artist David Hockney's huge show now on at the National Gallery of Victoria. This immersive video work showcases the changing landscape of Hockney’s native Yorkshire, each season was filmed with nine cameras mounted 3x3 layout record the scenery as driven through the woods. The 9 high definition screens deliberately are meant not to be in exact sequence. |