Howard Hodgkin: small prints (15 works). Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 4 May – 2 June 2001; 40p, 16 col. illus.; preface by Alan Cristea, pp.4-5; half-title reads: Howard Hodgkin: Volume l: Small prints. Philadelphia collects Howard Hodgkin (c.12 works). Philadelphia Museum of Art, 24 Mar. – 20 May 2001 (no catalogue). Howard Hodgkin: piccoli dipinti (18 works). Galleria Lawrence Rubin, Milan, [29 Mar. – 4 May] 2001; 55p, 18 col. illus.; biog., exhibs., bibl.; text by Alberto Fiz, La memoria del visibile, pp.5-8 (English translation, Visual memory, pp.47-50). Howard Hodgkin: small prints. Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, 6 June – 21 July 2001 (PV card). Howard Hodgkin: Into the woods (4 carborundum etchings). Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 7 – 30 June 2001; 32p, 9 col. Illus.; biog., exhibs.; introd. by Alan Cristea; half-title reads: Howard Hodgkin: Volume II: Into the Woods. Howard Hodgkin: paintings and works on paper. Robert Sandelson, London, 12 June – 28 July 2001 (no catalogue; PV card). Howard Hodgkin: early prints. The Hub, Edinburgh (organised with Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh), 15 June – 28 July 2001 (PV card). Howard Hodgkin at Dulwich Picture Gallery (10 works). Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 26 June – 19 Aug. 2001; 32p, 12 illus (10 col.); biog., exhibs., bibl.; introd. by Judith Collins, pp.5-8; ISBN: 1895519188.


Encounters: new art from old (1 work, based on Georges Seurat’s ‘Bathers at Asnières’, 1884; illus. in col.). National Gallery, London, 14 June – 17 Sept. 2000; text by Richard Morphet, ref. pp.165-175. Aspects of modern British art (1 work; illus. in col.). Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, 22 Nov. 2000 – 12 Jan. 2001; text on HH by Richard Morphet, reprinted from 1976 Oxford catalogue. Alan Cristea Gallery 2000/2001 (1 work; illus. in col.). Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 2000-2001; text p.20.

[Howard Hodgkin]. Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2000.

Richard Shone: ‘London: Moynihan, Hodgkin, Hume’ [incl. review of d’Offay exhb.], in Burlington Magazine, Feb. 2000, vol.142 no.1163, pp.119-121. John Tusa: ‘Lessons in art and life: interview with Howard Hodgkin’, in The Independent on Sunday, 7 May 2000. Margaret Howard: [review of BBC Radio 3 interview with John Tusa on 7 May 2000], in The Tablet, 20 May 2000. ‘Howard Hodgkin’, in Sunday Telegraph, 28 May 2000 Michael Glover: ‘A passion for pachyderms’, in Art News, Summer 2000, vol.99 no.7, pp.170-171. Richard Cork: ‘New, improved additional values’ [review of National Gallery exhib.], in Times 2, 14 June 2000, pp.20-21; repr. as ‘Encounters: new art from old’ in Richard Cork: Annus mirabilis: art in the year 2000, New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 2003, pp.119-123 (ref. pp. 119-120).


Howard Hodgkin (22 works). Anthony d’Offay Gallery, 12 Nov. 1999 – 15 Jan. 2000; 72p, 24 illus (23 col.); biog., exhibs., bibl.; introd. by Anthony d’Offay, p.5; text by James Fenton, Remembering the Aurochs, pp.7-15 (reprinted in Writers on Howard Hodgkin, 2006, pp.67-81); ISBN: 0947564802.

Lynn Barber: ‘Hodgkin’s true colours’ [interview], in The Observer Magazine, 31 Oct. 1999, pp.44-45, 47-48, 51. James Hall: ‘Howard Hodgkin: Anthony d’Offay’ [review of exhib.], in World of Interiors, Nov. 1999, vol.19 no.11, pp.172-173. Martin Gayford: ‘What’s it all about, Sir Howard?’ [review of dOffay exhib.], in The Independent, 1 Nov. 1999, p.10. ‘London’s only old master’, in Evening Standard, 10 Nov. 1999. Jonathan Jones: ‘Desperate pleasures’ [interview], in The Guardian, 11 Nov. 1999, pp.12-13. John McEwen: ‘All correct in heaven’ [incl. review of d’Offay exhib.], in Sunday Telegraph, 19 Dec. 1999, p.11. Richard Cork: ‘Raging, ageing bull’ [review of d’Offay exhib.], in The Times, 19 Nov. 1999, p.51; repr. as ‘Howard Hodgkin’ in Richard Cork: Breaking down the barriers: art in the 1990s, New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 2003, pp.447-450. ‘Every daub has its day’ [incl. review of d’Offay exhib.], in The Observer Review, 21 Nov. 1999, p.11. Martin Gayford: ‘Great memories’ [review of d’Offay exhib.], in Daily Telegraph, 1 Dec. 1999, p.26. Frances Spalding ‘Seductive tease from an outsider’ [review of d’Offay exhib.], in The Mail on Sunday, 5 Dec. 1999.

New painting. Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London, 1999. Signature pieces: contemporary British prints and multiples (1 work; illus. in col.). Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 5 Jan. – 6 Feb. 1999; text by Marco Livingstone, p.24. 45-99: a personal view of British painting and sculpture by Bryan Robertson (1 work; illus. in col.). Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, 13 Nov. 1999 – 9 Jan. 2000; The City Gallery, Leicester, 15 Jan. – 26 Feb. 2000.


[Howard Hodgkin]. Haas & Fuchs, Berlin, 1998; text by Alan Woods. [Howard Hodgkin]: works on paper. Staatliche Museum für Naturkunde und Vorgeschichte Oldenburg, 1998. Howard Hodgkin: prints. Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, 5 Aug. – 12 Sept. 1998 (no catalogue; PV card). Howard Hodgkin (13 works). Gagosian Gallery, New York, 1 May – 13 June 1998; 48p, 16 col. Illus.; biog., exhibs, bibl.; incl. texts by W. Somerset Maugham (from The Alien Corn, 1931), p.5, James Fenton, poem In Paris with you, p.7, & Doris Lockhart Saatchi, Max Gordon 1931-1990, pp.29-31; ISBN: 1880154226. Howard Hodgkin (11 etchings illustrated). Galerie Lutz & Thalmann, Zürich, 18 Sept. – 14 Nov. 1998; 32p., 13 illus (12 col.); biog., exhibs., bibl.; introd. by Gabriele Lutz (parallel German/English text); ISBN: 3952155810. Howard Hodgkin: a selection of hand-colored lithographs and etchings from the 70’s through the 90’s. Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, 6 Nov. – 24 Dec. 1998.

Paul Levy: ‘First he took Manhattan’ [revew of New York exhib.], in The Independent, 7 May 1998. Terry Grimley: ‘Modern art tastes catch up with British pacemaker’, in Birmingham Post, 27 July 1998. A. Woods: ‘The place where silence becomes objects: interview with Howard Hodgkin’, in Transcript, vol.3 no.2, Oct. 1998.

Will Ameringer Fine Art, New York, 1998. Galleria Lawrence Rubin, Milan, 1998. Howard Hodgkin, Pablo Picasso, Karel Dierickx, Louis Soutter, Mark Tobey: drawings and prints (c.5 prints by HH). Hachmeister Galerie, Münster, 13 Jan. – 12 Feb. 1998. Head first: portraits from the Arts Council Collection (1 work; illus. in col.). Arts Council National Touring Exhibition, at City Gallery, Leicester, 17 Jan. – 28 Feb. 1998; City Art Gallery, Southampton, 9 Apr. – 31 May 1998; Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, 10 June – 13 Sept. 1998; Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle, 26 Sept. – 8 Nov. 1998; Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, 16 Jan. – 28 Feb. 1999; Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 2 Mar. – 18 Apr. 1999; Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, Apr. – June 1999.


India: miniature e dipinti dal XVI al XIX secolo: la collezione di Howard Hodgkin ; a cura di Gian Giuseppe Filippi. Museo di Castelvecchio, Verona, 30 Apr. – 3 Aug. 1997; publ. Milan: Electa, 1997; incl. text by HH, ‘Riflessioni sulla collezione’, pp.13-16, tr.from Andrew Topsfield, Milo Cleveland Beach: Indian paintings and drawings from the collection of Howard Hodgkin, New York: Thames and Hudson, 1991; repr. 1992 (Thames and Hudson, London) & 1994 (British Museum Press); text by Andrew Topsfield, ‘La pittura mugal a rajput nella collezione di Howard Hodgkin’, pp.17-27; Gian Giuseppe Filippi: ‘Alcune note introduttive sulla pittura indiana’, pp.28-37; catalogo, a cura di Gian Giuseppe Filippi, pp.38-147; bibliografia, pp.149-150; ISBN: 8843561022.

[Howard Hodgkin]. Susan Sheehan Gallery, New York, 1997. Howard Hodgkin: recent work (12 works). Galerie Lawrence Rubin, Zurich, 29 Apr. – 31 May 1997; 32p, 14 works (13 col.); introd. by Georg Imdahl, Howard Hodgkin: Autobiographische Abstraktionen, pp.6-7; ISBN: 395208686X.