VOGUE PARIS par David Hockney, David Hockney
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Condé Nast, 1985/86. Softcover. 318 pp. 28 x 22,5 cm. Text in French. Used. G+ · Part cut out at back cover [14 x 10,5 cm], now behind archival plastic. David Hockney is one of our all-time favorite painters in the world, and his issue for Vogue Paris is WONDERFUL. In the iconic issue of Vogue Paris, Hockney lends his visionary touch to this fashion magazine. With his unmistakable style, Hockney transforms the pages of this magazine into vibrant works of art, blurring the lines between photography and fine art. While we know that it isn't an art magazine, Hockney's contribution elevates this issue to the realm of timeless treasures among old magazines. Each page is a testament to the boundless creativity that transcends boundaries, leaving an indelible mark on both the fashion and art worlds alike. Plus: Guy Bourdin evening shoot and story by Sarah Moon. Whether you can only afford one purchase, for sure this magazine should be on your shelf ;)