David Hockney Sumo limited edition ‘A Bigger Book’ with Bookstand
A Bigger Book is David Hockney RA's "definitive visual autobiography". This epic technicolour tome is a Tashen SUMO signed limited edition of 9000 documenting Hockney's entire career, from 1953 to 2016.
He has spent over 60 years questioning "How do we see and how do I depict that?" to iconic effect. “I don’t tend to live in the past,” he comments, “Working on this book, I see quite how much I have done... I know the book is going to last 100 years, at least.”
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|Dimensions||105 x 22 x 70cm|
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
|No. of Pages||498|
|No. of Illustrations||Over 450|
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The A Bigger Book monograph takes you from Hockney's student days at Bradford School of Art through London in the Swinging Sixties, to sun-saturated California cool in the 70s then his recent portraits, iPad drawings and Yorkshire landscapes, as featured in the 2012 blockbuster exhibition at the Royal Academy A Bigger Picture.
The book includes key works such as A Bigger Grand Canyon, Bigger Trees near Warter, Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy and A Bigger Splash.
This SUMO limited collector's edition of 9000 copies which have been individually hand signed by David Hockney. It has 498 full colour pages and 13 fold-outs, and comes with an adjustable bookstand in bold primary colours designed by Marc Newson and an illustrated 680 page chronology book.
Experience the making of A Bigger Book: