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Go behind-the-scenes with Howard Hodgkin's As Time Goes By (2009), among the world's largest etchings, in this three part video series.

Behind the Scenes with Howard Hodgkin's As Time Goes By The Phillips Collection

    • Visual Arts

Go behind-the-scenes with Howard Hodgkin's As Time Goes By (2009), among the world's largest etchings, in this three part video series.

    • video
    Part I

    Part I

    Part I: Devising a system to mount, display, and store the ten-panel, 3,600 square foot artwork

    Hodgkin's most ambitious work to date is on view Jan. 8-May 8, 2011 in 90 Years of New: Howard Hodgkin's As Time Goes By, a special installation in honor of the Phillips's 90th anniversary. Comprising starbursts of vibrant color, the two 20-foot-long, hand-painted etchings were recently acquired for the Phillips's permanent collection. Turner Prize winner Hodgkin had his first American exhibition at the Phillips in 1984.

    • 9 min
    • video
    Part II

    Part II

    Part II: Installing the panels in the Phillips's intimate main gallery

    Comprising starbursts of vibrant color, the two 20-foot-long, hand-painted etchings were recently acquired for the Phillips's permanent collection. Turner Prize winner Hodgkin had his first American exhibition at the Phillips in 1984.

    • 4 min
    • video
    Part III

    Part III

    Part III: Howard Hodgkin in Conversation with Dorothy Kosinski.

    Dorothy Kosinski, director of The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., interviews artist Howard Hodgkin. They discuss the museum's major new acquisition of two monumental Hodgkin works -- As Time Goes By -- gifts to the museum in memory of Laughlin Phillips, installed in the museum's main gallery. The interview took place in January 2011. This video is the third part in a series going behind the scenes with Hodgkin's monumental work As Time Goes By.

    • 12 min

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