News & Announcements

22nd January 2015

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, Barbican Art Gallery

12 February – 25 May 2015 Works from Howard Hodgkin’s esteemed collection of Indian paintings are to be displayed at the Barbican Art Gallery. “Magnificent Obsessions : The Artist as Collector” is the first major exhibition in the UK to present the fascinating personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists, including Arman, Peter Blake, Hanne […]

19th November 2014

Howard Hodgkin in the New Statesman

I have ways of making yellow melancholy, says Howard Hodgkin. And he has. Hodgkin has been manipulating colour for 60 years and he can make it say exactly what he wants it to. Hodgkin is now 82 and physically frail but not when he has a brush in his hand. Then he uses paint like […]

19th November 2014

Howard Hodgkin in Paris at the Gagosian Gallery 2014

A new film giving a survey of Howard Hodgkin’s 2014 exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, Paris – his first solo exhibition in the city – is available to view online. It includes an interview with the artist and is set to music from Bach’s ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier’.

9th October 2014

At Auction in London

Bonham’s, Prints Sale, 29 November 1pm 101 New Bond StreetLondon W1S 1SR+44 (0) 20 7447 [email protected] Click on each title below to view its auction details on the Bonham website: Lot 198 One Down, estimate £1,000-1,500 Lot 199 Put Out More Flags, estimate £3,000-5,000 (above) Lot 200 Green Room, estimate £1,000-1,500 Lot 201 Black Monsoon, […]

10th September 2014

At Auction

Christie’s is offering House by Howard Hodgkin in their forth-coming Post War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London in October 2014

26th June 2014

Financial Times, Jackie Wullschlager: Review of Gagosian Gallery exhibition, Paris

‘Degas, Degas, Degas, Howard Hodgkin has repeated over recent years when I have asked him about influence. His dusty orange After Degas (1993) is the cover image for his catalogue raisonn̩, and early on it was easy to trace a line from, say, his great bedroom Interior with Figures (1977-84), with its undefined human forms, […]

22nd April 2014

Hodgkin on “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” at Tate Modern

Hodgkin’s comments on Matisse for a Time Out article celebrating the opening of the new cut-outs exhibition at Tate Modern: Links: Complete Time Out articleThe Matisse: Cut-Outs exhibition on Tate’s website “Being 81 I can remember when Matisse’s cut-outs first came on the scene. They were very hard for some people to take: they thought […]

1st April 2014

Hodgkin given Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon award

Howard Hodgkin has been the first artist to be given the Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon award. It aims to honour the lifetime achievement of one of our greatest artists. 

 Hodgkin was chosen by a panel of art experts chaired by Iwona Blazwick, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Stephen Deuchar, Director, The Art Fund; Ann Gallagher, […]

12th January 2014

Howard Hodgkin at Gagosian Gallery, Time Out

REVIEW FROM THE GUARDIAN GUIDE 29TH NOVEMBER 2014 Howard Hodgkin London Howard Hodgkin said he’d forgotten all about these gouaches (work pictured) until the Wiltshire printing workshop where he made them in the early 1990s returned them to him recently. Yet there’s every reason to pay attention to these bold, layered works that channel the […]