News & Announcements

1st August 2011

On View in North Carolina

Ackland Art Museum, USA Coming Up from the Beach, 1970-1972 (oil on wood) will be on view in Carolina Collects: 150 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art from Alumni Collections at the Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA from 9 September – 4 December 2011.

1st July 2011

Among Booksellers: Tales Told In Letters to Howard Hodgkin

A publication of letters written to Howard Hodgkin by the bookseller David Batterham travelling in France and Spain over a thirty five year period.Published by Stone Trough Books (George Ramsden).51 Walmgate, YORK YO1 9TYtel: 01904 670323

11th April 2011

Hodgkin London 2012 Olympic Poster Unveiled

Swimming, the poster designed by Hodgkin for the London 2012 Olympic games was officially unveiled today. 12 leading British artists were invited to design the official London 2012 posters, including Bridget Riley, Michael Craig-Martin, Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Gary Hume, Rachel Whiteread, Chris Ofili, Sarah Morris, Fiona Banner, Bob and Roberta Smith, and Anthea Hamilton. […]

18th March 2011

Hodgkin in Cardiff

Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales in Cardiff has acquired one of Howard Hodgkin’s most spectacular original prints, entitled Venice, Evening, 1995 thanks to the Nerys Johnson Contemporary Art Fund and the Derek Williams Trust which each awarded a grant of £9,000. The 16 part hand painted etching and aquatint will beautifully complement and enhance […]

16th March 2011

Woodwork by Hodgkin

The show of Hodgkin’s paintings 2001-2010 at the San Diego Museum of Art was reviewed by W.S. Di Piero in the San Diego Reader. W.S. Di Piero is a professor of English at Stanford, and a recipient of Guggenheim and Merrill grants. He lives in San Francisco and is the author of numerous books of […]

11th March 2011

Prints in Modena

Laboratorio d’Arte Grafica Via Fratelli Rosselli, 21.23.25 Open Monday to Friday, 9.30 – 13.30; 15.30 – 19.30 Saturday and Sunday, 10.30 – 12.30; 16.30 – 19.00 The art gallery in Modena, Italy, presents a show of Hodgkin’s graphic work 5-25 November 2011. It includes a focus on prints of palms.

15th February 2011

Why Paint Matters

Maureen Cavanaugh of San Diego’s radio station KPBS talks to John Marciari, Curator of European Art, and his wife, Julia Marciari Alexander, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs at San Diego Museum of Art about the two exhibitions on there until 1 May: Gainsborough and the Modern Woman and Howard Hodgkin, Time and Place, Paintings 2001-2010. […]

26th January 2011

Time and Place: San Diego Museum of Art, California

The touring exhibition of Hodgkin’s paintings, 2001-2010, has reached its final destination, San Diego Museum of Art, California and closes on 1 May 2011. The artist Dani Dodge covered the process of hanging the exhibition in her blog The Voice of San Diego, illustrated by the photos of Sam Hodgson. See the article in full […]

13th January 2011

As Time Goes By at the Phillips Collection

As Time Goes By (red) and (blue), Hodgkin’s largest prints, are on view at the Phillips Collection, Washington D.C. until 8 May. They hang in the first gallery that Duncan Phillips added to his house. Opened in 1921 it became America’s first museum of contemporary art. The two 20 foot long prints face one another […]

6th September 2010

Brushstroke for the Art Fund

The Art Fund is an independent art charity in the United Kingdom that exists to save art for everyone to enjoy. They have helped place Turner’s Bowes Tower in the Bowes Museum, County Durham; Ellsworth Kelly’s drawings in the Hunterian Gallery, Glasgow; a still life by Jan Davidsz de Heem in the Glasgow Art Gallery; […]

1st September 2010

Hodgkin in Conversation with Andrew Graham-Dixon

Howard Hodgkin in conversation with Andrew Graham-Dixon, Modern Art Oxford, 26 August 2010. The conversation was filmed and is now available for viewing. In Conversation with Andrew Graham-Dixon

10th July 2010

Howard Hodgkin – the last English romantic painter

Jonathan Jones reviewed the exhibition of paintings 2001-2010 (at Modern Art Oxford until 4 September) in the Guardian on 28 June and gave it five stars. Read the review here. He returned to the topic in the same paper on Saturday 28 July with a remarkable, discursive essay, which has stimulated a debate on the […]