Hodgkin in his own words: Transcriptions of interviews with the artist. Learn from the critics’ insights.
Modern Painters, 14th June 2001
Exhibition: Galleria Lawrence Rubin, 2001
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 Times, 2nd November 1993
Exhibition: Anthony d’Offay, 1993
DESIGN Quarterly, 1993
The artist describes working on his designs for the mural he made for the facade of Charles Correa’s British Council HQ building in New Delhi. From DESIGN Quarterly, Winter 1993.
Anthony d'Offay Gallery, 19th October 1993
Printed in the catalogue for the exhibition at Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London, 19.10.1993 – 24.11.1993, also shown at Knoedler Gallery, New York, 4.12.1993 – 4.12.1994.ISBN 0-947564-50-0,
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.
The Ashmolean, No. 23, Christmas, 1992
Transcript of a talk that Hodgkin gave in September 1991, when Indian paintings and drawings from his collection were shown at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. It was later published in The Ashmolean.
Independent on Sunday, 16th December 1990
Exhibition: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 1990
First published in the catalogue for the British Council's touring exhibition 'Petits Formats', shown at the Musee des Beaux Arts, Nantes, 15th June 1990
Essay by Henry-Claude Cousseau, first published in the catalogue for the British Council’s touring exhibition ‘Petits Formats’, shown at the Musee des Beaux Arts, Nantes.
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.
Studio International, 14th March 1985
Exhibition: Turner Prize display, 1985