In Hodgkin’s paintings, abstraction and figuration are held in perfect tension. Assertive compressed gestures, sweeping complex textures, a lush palette, and the dynamic interchange of light and dark are all hallmarks of his distinctive signature.
Purchase on Amazon.com Since it was founded in 1976, Art Monthly magazine has consistently published interviews with leading contemporary artists. The interviews collected in this book offer unique insights into the thought processes and working practices of artists. From Russian Constructivists of the 1920s to Turner Prize winners, this collection of interviews constitutes an entertaining and alternative history of 20th-century art written in the first person. Contributors include: Naum Gabo, Clement Greenberg, Victor Pasmore, […]
September 7 — October 2, 2008 Abaton Garage presents Girl and a Gun, an exhibition of recent constructions, paintings and works on paper by New York artist Nora Griffin. This is the artist’s first commercial solo exhibition. Nora Griffin draws on an array of diverse sources, including film theory, constructivist art, the late works of Philip Guston and the unruly colored frame paintings of Howard Hodgkin. Working with a variety of mediums, she creates […]