Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, 2020
Published in 2020 on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Howard Hodgkin: Memories’ at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London.
Gagosian Gallery, 2018
Published in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Howard Hodgkin: Last Paintings’ at Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London.
Exhibition catalogue to accompany the exhibition of Hodgkin’s work ‘Painting India’ at The Hepworth Wakefield.
Exhibition catalogue to accompany the exhibition of Hodgkin’s work Absent Friends at the National Portrait Gallery, London. This book accompanies the first exhibition to focus on Hodgkin’s portraits and can be purchased from the National Portrait Gallery website.
Gagosian Gallery, 2017
Published in 2017 on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Howard Hodgkin: In the Pink’ at Gagosian Hong Kong.
Gagosian Gallery, 2016
Published in 2016 on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Howard Hodgkin: From Memory’ at Gagosian Gallery Madison Avenue, New York
MAO, De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art and San Diego Museum of Art, 2010
Hardback/softback catalogue for the exhibition of paintings 2001-2010, shown at Modern Art Oxford, 23.6.2010-4.9.2010; De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art, Tilburg, Netherlands, 2.10.2010-16.1.2011 and San Diego Museum of Art, California 27.1.2011-1.5.2011, USA, ed. Michael Stanley and Paul Luckraft, with essay by Sam Smiles and an illustrated Survey of Critical Responses 1962-2009. Available from Modern Art […]
Gagosian Gallery, 2009
Cardset/catalogue for ‘Seven New Paintings’, Gagosian, Davies Street, London W1, 2009
Yale University Press, 2007
Catalogue of the exhibition of paintings at Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, 1 February – 1 April 2007 and at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 23 May – 23 September 2007, ed. Julia Marciari Alexander with essays by Anthony Lane and Richard Morphet.
Catalogue of the Barbican’s touring show of prints, ed. Neil McConnon, essay by David Acton, 2006.
Tate Publishing, 2006
Catalogue of the paintings retrospective at IMMA, Dublin; Tate Britain, London and MNCARS, Madrid, ed., intro. Nicholas Serota, with essays by James Meyer, Jo Crook and Jacqueline Ridge; chronology by Lee Hallman; bibliography by Krzysztof Cieszkowski and Assunta Ferrera, 2006.
Galerie Lutz & Thalmann, Zurich, 2005