This publication is about Howard Hodgkins, one of the leading painters of the post-war generation. It spans his entire career and presents the artist's oeuvre in over 350 illustrations and in essays by Michael Auping, the chief curator of the Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth who reviews Hodgkin's early and formative experiences and traces his development from these first beginnings. John Elderfield the Chief Curator of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, contributes an exchange of letters with the artist which explore a wide variety of topics illuminating the artist's work. Finally, the novelist and cultural historian Susan Sontag offers a personal view of the artist. This portrait and a catalogue raisonne of all the artist's oil paintings allows an overview of the artist's historical development.
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With such evocative titles as "The Last Time I Saw Paris," "It Can't Be True," and "Love Letter," Howard Hodgkin's lush paintings, which are both abstract and narrative, call to mind the mysterious act of remembering. Eighty of Hodgkin's best works, dating from 1980 to 1995, are lovingly reproduced in full color. This book is the catalogue of the most important exhibition of Hodgkin's work in at least ten years, and traces his early development to his current position as one of the leading painters of the postwar generation. Completing the volume is a full catalogue raisonne of all of Hodgkin's oil paintings (complete to 1995), as well as a penetrating essay about the artist and contemporary art by Susan Sontag.
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Description du livre Thames & Hudson Ltd, 1997. Paperback. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110500279705