Howard Hodgkin: Paintings 1984-2015 A Tribute, is a collaboration between the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS), the Jehangir Nicholson Art Foundation, India and Tate, London. Howard Hodgkin’s first solo exhibition in India. Two major works have been lent from Tate’s collection: Rain 1984-1989 and Come into the Garden, Maud 2000-2003. Twelve ‘Indian Waves’ gouaches on intaglio-impressed Khadi paper, part of a group of 30 works recently exhibited at Gagosian London. Six paintings on wood that Howard Hodgkin has worked on during this years stay in India. Howard Hodgkin first travelled to India in 1964. He fell in love with India, it’s landscape and people and has returned regularly and found inspiration for many of his paintings. From February 21 to April 15
GAGOSIAN GALLERY, PARIS
If you are in Paris, or can jump on the eurostar, get yourself to Howard Hodgkin’s wonderful exhibition at The Gagosian Gallery on the rue de Ponthieu.
The exhibition has been extended until Saturday August 23.
Richly coloured and textured works produced between London, Normandy, and Bombay represent vibrant traces of location and experience—transcriptions of everyday encounters and memories.
4 rue de Ponthieu