'A Play within a Play’: Why Hockney Still Matters at 80. A Review of the David Hockney Exhibition at the Tate Britain

Emilia Halton-Hernandez


This is a review of the recent Hockney retrospective held at the Tate Britain in London.


Visual Art; Art History; Painting; Philosophy; Galleries; Reviews

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24134/be.v2i1.95


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