Los Angeles Times, 11th February 2011
At 78, Howard Hodgkin has slowed a bit, requiring a wheelchair lately to move about, but he remains quick as ever to speak his mind and, judging by the San Diego Museum of Art’s exhibition of his recent work, compelled as ever to paint the wealth of memories and sensations that occupy it.
Art and Architecture, Courtauld Institute of Art, 2006
To coincide with a retrospective exhibition of his work (at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Tate Britain and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid), Hodgkin reflected on works by Seurat in the Courtauld institute of Art Gallery in an interview with John-Paul Stonard, for Art and Architecture.
Daily Telegraph, 12th June 2002
Extract from an interview with Michael White regarding Hodgkin’s design work for the stage.
BBC Radio 3, 7th May 2000
A transcript of John Tusa’s interview with Howard Hodgkin for BBC Radio 3.
University of Dundee, 1998
Interview between Alan Woods and Howard Hodgkin from Transcript, Vol. 3, issue 2, 1998, ed. Alan Woods, published by the School of Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, University of Dundee, Scotland.
The Charleston Magazine, issue 6, Winter/Spring, 1992
Frances Spalding interviewed Howard Hodgkin for The Charleston Magazine (a publication dedicated to the history, work and interrelationships of the Bloomsbury Group), which she edits, issue 6, Winter/Spring 1992.
In continuing the tradition of inviting a person eminent in the arts to select their favourite objects in the V&A, it seemed appropriate this year to ask an artist to cast his critical eye over the collections. It is hoped that the shift in perspective might be an interesting one, following as it does the […]
1st January 1986
Jack Shirreff, Howard Hodgkin’s master printer at 107 Workshop, Wiltshire, is retiring. He sold 40 of his printer’s proofs of works on which they collaborated over the last 24 years at Christie’s South Kensingon on 14 September 2010. Alexandra Gill, Head of Prints at Christie’s South Kensington, interviews Howard Hodgkin.
Recorded for the Landseer/Arts Council ﬁlm, ‘Howard Hodgkin’ (1982), This version was edited in collaboration with the artist, and appeared in the catalogue published by the Whitechapel Gallery in 1984, in connection with the touring exhibition organised by the British Council, ‘Howard Hodgkin: Forty Paintings, 1973-84’, which began at the Venice Biennale and toured to the Phillips Collection, Washington D.C., Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, the Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover and the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.