Zitate von David Hockney

0   0

David Hockney

Geburtstag: 9. Juli 1937

Werbung

David Hockney, OM CH RA ist ein britischer Maler, Grafiker, Bühnenbildner und Fotograf, der lange Zeit in Kalifornien lebte und im Jahr 2000 nach Bridlington, England, zurückkehrte. Hockney gilt als ein einflussreicher Künstler des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Ähnliche Autoren

Mick Jagger Foto
Mick Jagger1
britischer Musiker, Sänger der Rolling Stones
Thomas Kapielski Foto
Thomas Kapielski5
deutscher Autor, bildender Künstler, Musiker
Kurt Schwitters Foto
Kurt Schwitters12
deutscher Maler, Werbegrafiker und Universalkünstler des ...
Till Lindemann Foto
Till Lindemann4
deutscher Musiker
Khalil Gibran Foto
Khalil Gibran15
libanesischer Künstler und Dichter
Kate Mosse Foto
Kate Mosse10
britische Schriftstellerin
Paul Klee Foto
Paul Klee3
deutscher Maler und Grafiker
Joan Miró Foto
Joan Miró6
spanischer (katalanischer) Maler
Aneurin Bevan Foto
Aneurin Bevan1
britischer Politiker
Sefton Delmer Foto
Sefton Delmer3
englischer Journalist

Zitate David Hockney

„He was a member of CND and a socialist with a rather romantic and naive idea of what Soviet Russia was like, all cornfields and ballet.“

—  David Hockney
Context: He [Hockney's father] hardly ever left Bradford. He was a member of CND and a socialist with a rather romantic and naive idea of what Soviet Russia was like, all cornfields and ballet. He would have gone mad for email because he was always sending letters to world leaders — Eisenhower, Mao, Stalin — telling them what was what. I think he imagined the Politburo would hold up his letter and say, "Hold everything, Kenneth Hockney has written again!" Interview with Nigel Farndale, "The talented Mr. Hockney," The Telegraph, (15 November 2001)

Werbung

„When conventions are old, there's quite a good reason, it's not arbitrary.“

—  David Hockney
Context: When conventions are old, there's quite a good reason, it's not arbitrary. So Picasso discovered that, as it were, and I'm sure that for him that was probably almost as exciting as discovering Cubism, rediscovering conventions of ordinary appearance, one-point perspective or something. The purists think you're going backwards, but I know you'd go forward. Future art that is based on appearances won't look like the art that's gone before. Even revivals of a period are not the same. The Renaissance is not the same as ancient Greece; the Gothic revival is not the same as Gothic. It might look like that at first, but you can tell it's not. The way we see things is constantly changing. At the moment the way we see things has been left a lot to the camera. That shouldn't necessarily be. From a series of interviews with Marco Livingstone (April 22 - May 7, 1980 and July 6 - 7, 1980) quoted in Livingstone's David Hockney (1981) , p. 112

„I think he imagined the Politburo would hold up his letter and say, "Hold everything, Kenneth Hockney has written again!"“

—  David Hockney
Context: He [Hockney's father] hardly ever left Bradford. He was a member of CND and a socialist with a rather romantic and naive idea of what Soviet Russia was like, all cornfields and ballet. He would have gone mad for email because he was always sending letters to world leaders — Eisenhower, Mao, Stalin — telling them what was what. I think he imagined the Politburo would hold up his letter and say, "Hold everything, Kenneth Hockney has written again!" Interview with Nigel Farndale, "The talented Mr. Hockney," The Telegraph, (15 November 2001)

„The way we see things is constantly changing. At the moment the way we see things has been left a lot to the camera. That shouldn't necessarily be.“

—  David Hockney
Context: When conventions are old, there's quite a good reason, it's not arbitrary. So Picasso discovered that, as it were, and I'm sure that for him that was probably almost as exciting as discovering Cubism, rediscovering conventions of ordinary appearance, one-point perspective or something. The purists think you're going backwards, but I know you'd go forward. Future art that is based on appearances won't look like the art that's gone before. Even revivals of a period are not the same. The Renaissance is not the same as ancient Greece; the Gothic revival is not the same as Gothic. It might look like that at first, but you can tell it's not. The way we see things is constantly changing. At the moment the way we see things has been left a lot to the camera. That shouldn't necessarily be. From a series of interviews with Marco Livingstone (April 22 - May 7, 1980 and July 6 - 7, 1980) quoted in Livingstone's David Hockney (1981) , p. 112

„Future art that is based on appearances won't look like the art that's gone before. Even revivals of a period are not the same.“

—  David Hockney
Context: When conventions are old, there's quite a good reason, it's not arbitrary. So Picasso discovered that, as it were, and I'm sure that for him that was probably almost as exciting as discovering Cubism, rediscovering conventions of ordinary appearance, one-point perspective or something. The purists think you're going backwards, but I know you'd go forward. Future art that is based on appearances won't look like the art that's gone before. Even revivals of a period are not the same. The Renaissance is not the same as ancient Greece; the Gothic revival is not the same as Gothic. It might look like that at first, but you can tell it's not. The way we see things is constantly changing. At the moment the way we see things has been left a lot to the camera. That shouldn't necessarily be. From a series of interviews with Marco Livingstone (April 22 - May 7, 1980 and July 6 - 7, 1980) quoted in Livingstone's David Hockney (1981) , p. 112

Werbung

„How can Blair fight a war on terror? Terror is not an ideology or an army; terror is a technique.“

—  David Hockney
Interview with Jasper Gerard, "Taking the fight to the dreary people" http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2092-1806962,00.html The Sunday Times (London)

Werbung

„I can get excitement watching rain on a puddle. And then I paint it. Now, I admit, there are not too many people who would find that exciting. But I would. And I want life thrilling and rich. And it is. I make sure it is.“

—  David Hockney
Interview with Marion Finlay, "Hockney on … politics, pleasure, and smoking in public places" http://www.forestonline.org/output/Page264.asp FOREST Online (28 July 2004)

„Teaching people to draw is teaching people to look.“

—  David Hockney
Interview with Jasper Gerard, "Taking the fight to the dreary people," The Sunday Times (London) (2 October 2005)

„In the end nobody knows how it's done — how art is made. It can't be explained. Optical devices are just tools. Understanding a tool doesn't explain the magic of creation. Nothing can.“

—  David Hockney
Interview with Martin Gayford, "Hockney and the secrets of the Old Masters" http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2001/09/22/bagay22.xml The Telegraph(22 September 2001)

Folgend
Die heutige Jubiläen
Otto Lilienthal Foto
Otto Lilienthal6
deutscher Pionier des Gleit- und Muskelkraftflugs 1848 - 1896
Hans Frank Foto
Hans Frank1
deutscher Politiker, MdR und Kriegsverbrecher 1900 - 1946
Heinrich Himmler Foto
Heinrich Himmler3
deutscher Politiker (NSDAP), MdR und Reichsführer der SS 1900 - 1945
Henrik Ibsen Foto
Henrik Ibsen15
norwegischer Schriftsteller 1828 - 1906
Weitere 70 heute Jubiläen
Ähnliche Autoren
Mick Jagger Foto
Mick Jagger1
britischer Musiker, Sänger der Rolling Stones
Thomas Kapielski Foto
Thomas Kapielski5
deutscher Autor, bildender Künstler, Musiker
Kurt Schwitters Foto
Kurt Schwitters12
deutscher Maler, Werbegrafiker und Universalkünstler des ...
Till Lindemann Foto
Till Lindemann4
deutscher Musiker
Khalil Gibran Foto
Khalil Gibran15
libanesischer Künstler und Dichter