David Hockney Explores New Terrain in 'A Bigger Exhibition'

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 (Photo: Richard Schmidt)

The de Young Museum in San Francisco is now showing the largest exhibit in its history: a 300-plus piece collection of works by British pop artist David Hockney. The exhibit encompasses a range of Hockney's paintings and drawings, as well as his newer explorations creating art with iPads, iPhones and digital videos. Richard Benefield, the museum's deputy director, joins us for a discussion of the artist's life work.


Richard Benefield, deputy director of Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and organizer of "David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition"