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In a recent series of photographic drawings, David Hockney, shown above in his studio, plays with the relationship between painting and photography. Richard Schmidt/David Hockney/Abrams Books hide caption

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Artist David Hockney Says The Drive To Create Pictures 'Is Deep Within Us'

The nearly 80-year-old artist has written a book called A History of Pictures. It's chock-full of art he has loved looking at and includes one painter he credits with inventing Hollywood lighting.

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The Motion Makes Me Last Eluvium

Senate candidate Evan Byah talks with seniors at a living community in Indianapolis. Voters who support both Donald Trump and Bayh in red Indiana have to, at some level, hold two conflicting ideas simultaneously €-- a desire for change and an appreciation for a politician's past record. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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In Indiana's Senate Race, Political Royalty Tries To Put On A Fresh Face

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The Right Time Theo Croker
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Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, the vice president of Equatorial Guinea and son of the president, cuts his birthday cake in 2010. The Justice Department says he went on a $100 million shopping spree in the U.S. with money stolen from his homeland. Some $30 million was recovered. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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When Kleptocrats Bring Money Into The U.S., There's Now A Plan To Seize It

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Cross Hands [Hidden Orchestra Remix] Hidden Orchestra & Piano Interrupted

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Artist David Hockney Says The Drive To Create Pictures 'Is Deep Within Us'

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Research Explores The Effects Of Trade And Economic Disruption

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Solid Ground Break of Reality
A Blind Purpose Break of Reality
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