Art: All the Colors of the Stage

In Minneapolis, the entrancing theater designs of David Hockney

Anyone who knows American museums also knows that by no means do all of their best exhibitions go to New York City. The latest omission of this kind is "Hockney Paints the Stage," a lavish and delectable survey of the theater work of the English painter David Hockney, which opened last week at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. It was organized by the Walker's director, Martin Friedman, whose catalogue, with additional essays by Poet Stephen Spender and Theater Director John Dexter, is the definitive...

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