News & Announcements

30th May 2023

Memories: Etel Adnan and Howard Hodgkin | Cristea Roberts Gallery

Cristea Roberts Gallery are delighted to announce a two person exhibition of late prints by Etel Adnan (1925 – 2021) and Howard Hodgkin (1932 – 2017). Two of the most innovative artists of the past fifty years, Adnan and Hodgkin’s work hovered between abstraction and representation, capturing distilled memories of places or people, expressed through […]

24th May 2023

Portrait of Hodgkin by Patrick Caulfield on display at Josh Lilley Gallery

‘Pass the Peas’, an exhibition of largely unseen work by Patrick Caulfield (1936–2005) is currently open at Josh Lilley Gallery. The exhibition features a portrait of Hodgkin by Caulfield.Caulfield was very close friends with Hodgkin and was the subject of three Hodgkin paintings. Hodgkin described Caulfield as “the closest I ever came to having a […]

17th April 2023

Two new Hodgkin rugs made with Christopher Farr

Two new Howard Hodgkin rugs produced with Christopher Farr are now available from Gagosian.They feature in this weekend’s Financial Times HTSI section, in the article ‘Rugs so good you won’t want to walk on them’ by Victoria Woodcock. ‘Indian Sea’ rug (on wall), hand knotted. An edition of 10.⁠‘Red Sky In The Morning’ rug (on […]

10th January 2023

‘Always Afternoon’ at Art Singapore (Art SG) 2023

Howard Hodgkin’s Always Afternoon, 2016, oil on wood, will be included at Art SG in the Gagosian booth BF05. This is the inaugural edition of the fair. Art SG12 – 15 January 2023Marina Bay SandsSingapore

20th December 2022

Vardaxoglou Gallery | Howard Hodgkin: The Artists He Painted

Vardaxoglou Gallery is thrilled to present Howard Hodgkin: The Artists He Painted, opening 25 January 2023 at Vardaxoglou 7 Royalty Mews. Presented over both gallery floors, the exhibition brings together works by artists who appeared in portraits by celebrated British artist Howard Hodgkin (1932-2017). Includes works by Peter Blake, Stephen Buckley, Patrick Caulfield, Bernard Cohen, […]

12th October 2022

Frieze Masters 2022 | Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is delighted to participate in Frieze Masters 2022 exhibiting paintings and sculpture by the following British artists:  Frank Auerbach, Barbara Hepworth, Howard Hodgkin, Henry Moore, Victor Pasmore, Paula Rego, Bridget Riley, Sean Scully. Frieze Masters 2022Regent’s Park North, London12 – 16 October Previews from 12 OctoberStand C19

1st August 2022

Gillian Ayres & Howard Hodgkin | Tremenheere Gallery

23rd July – 27th August 2022 Best known for their colourful, abstract painting, both Gillian Ayres (1930 – 2018) and Howard Hodgkin (1932 – 2017) were also accomplished printmakers.  This exhibition includes a range of hand-painted editions which focus on the medium of carborundum – an intaglio print technique they both learned at Jack Shirreff’s 107 Workshop […]

15th June 2022

Howard Hodgkin | Image licensing through DACS / Artimage

Over 500 images from the archive of The Estate of Howard Hodgkin can now be licensed through DACs and can be viewed through their digital platform Artimage. The selection of images spans Hodgkin’s long and prolific career from the late 1940s to his last paintings.

14th June 2022

Art Basel 2022 | Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

Frank Auerbach – Peter Blake – Anthony Caro – Lucian Freud – Barbara Hepworth – Patrick Heron – Howard Hodgkin – R B Kitaj – Leon Kossoff – Sean Scully – Richard Smith Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is delighted to participate in Art Basel 2022 with a stand focusing on eleven artists who, each in their own […]

31st May 2022

Whitechapel Gallery | Christen Sveaas Art Foundation: The Unseen, selected by Hurvin Anderson

20 May – 7 August, 2022 Painter Hurvin Anderson (b. 1965, UK) reflects on illusory and fragmentary space and depictions of black figures and experience in The Unseen, an artist-curated selection of 25 works from the Christen Sveaas Art Foundation. Drawing on the prologue to American writer Ralph Ellison’s celebrated novel, Invisible Man (1952), about the invisibility of black lives, […]