Foreword, Simon Wallis; From Indian subject to now: the evolution of a visual language through time spent 'somewhere else', Eleanor Clayton; Reverberating histories: Howard Hodgkin's Indian exchanges in context, Shanay Jhaveri; Filming Hodgkin in India, Judy Marle; Howard Hodgkin: Indian journeys, Geeta Kapur; Howard Hodgkin: Indian journals, edited by Hilary Floe; Interview between Howard Hodgkin and Andrew Bonacina; List of works; Chronology; Select bibliography; Index
Andrew Bonacina is Chief Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield. Eleanor Clayton is Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield, previously Assistant Curator at Tate Liverpool, and has published widely on British modern and contemporary art. Hilary Floe is Assistant Curator at the Hepworth Wakefield. She recently completed a doctorate in Art History from the University of Oxford. Shanay Jhaveri is Assistant Curator of South Asian Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. His publications include Western Artists and India: Creative Inspirations in Art and Design (2013) and Chandigarh is in India (2016). Geeta Kapur is a Delhi-based critic and curator. Her essays are extensively anthologised; her books include Contemporary Indian Artists (1978), When Was Modernism: essays on contemporary cultural practice in India (2000), and Critic's Compass: Navigating Practice (forthcoming). Judy Marle directed, and Nick Gifford photographed, the 1982 film Howard Hodgkin: In Conversation.