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Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies published by the Yale University Press 2019

Foreword by Amy Meyers, edited and introduced by Elisabeth Fairman with additional essays by Fairman Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies; Hogan A Conversation with My earlier Self, Duncan Robinson Beyond Appearances: Eileen Hogan’s Paintings; Roderick Conway Morris An Artist in Greece; Todd Longstaffe-Gowan The Three Perfections: Eileen Hogan and Urban Space; and Sarah Victoria Turner Painting Portraits, Recording Lives.
ISBN 9780300241471

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Paintings and drawings by Eileen Hogan inspired by Ian Hamilton Finlay’s garden, Little Sparta, Stonypath, Scotland, published by The Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation 2013. Essays by Mel Gooding and Frances Spalding, Ralph Irving in conversation with Cathy Courtney and Eileen Hogan in conversation with Hester Westley.
ISBN 9780957069008

Edges and Enclosures, published by Browse & Darby 2015. Essay by Wendy Baron.
ISBN 9780953386246

Personal Geographies: Eileen Hogan at Little Sparta, ebook published by the Little Sparta Trust 2020.

Eileen Hogan: Artist-Not-in-Residence 2026 -2017, published by the Garden Museum 2017. Foreword by Christopher Woodward, essays by Nicola Shulman and Hogan.
ISBN 9781527208452

Four Squares, published by the Fine Art Society 2006.
Catalogue of paintings by Hogan to accompany an exhibition of the same name at the FAS, with texts by Hogan, Christopher Gibbs, Robin Dutt, Moniza Alvi, Rosalind Savill, and Lord Portman.
ISBN 0905062310

The Poetry Box published by The Pit Pony Press 2003

In 2002 Hogan was one of a number of artists invited to create a new piece of work in response to an artefact in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Japanese collection for an exhibition Acts of Renewal. Hogan chose a 19th-century poetry card game, uta karuta, whose origins combine a traditional clamshell-matching game with European playing cards. She created a limited-edition version of the game, housed in a perspex box with a drawer for an explanatory booklet. The game comprises the first and last lines of poems on cards that have related images, including portraits of the poets on the verso. The aim is to match the first and last lines.

Published to accompany The Poetry Box by The Pit Pony Press 2003 Essay by Andrew Lambirth.

A Narrated Portrait 2013. Between 2008-11 Hogan painted Anya Sainsbury (Lady Sainsbury of Preston Candover, who, as Anya Linden, had a distinguished career with the Royal Ballet Company from 1951 to 1965) over eighteen sessions. One sketchbook of drawings was digitised for inclusion in Hogan’s retrospective at the Yale Center for British Art, 2019.

re:Making and re:Inventing, published by Wimbledon School of Art in 2004 and 2006
Between 2004-11 Hogan initiated a collaboration between Wimbledon School of Art and the Baring Archive where pupils from local schools, students and staff from the colleges created new works in response to the painting collection which now hangs in ING’s offices. Exhibitions were held in the ING offices in London and at the National Maritime Museum.

re:Making and re:Inventing, published by Wimbledon School of Art in 2004 and 2006
Between 2004-11 Hogan initiated a collaboration between Wimbledon School of Art and the Baring Archive where pupils from local schools, students and staff from the colleges created new works in response to the painting collection which now hangs in ING’s offices. Exhibitions were held in the ING offices in London and at the National Maritime Museum.

The Currency of Art, published by CCW Graduate School 2010
This publication grew from the collaborative project between the Graduate School of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Art (CCW) and The Baring Archive. It mirrors re:Making and re:Inventing, but includes invited artists (Lubaina Himid, Geoff Quilley and Brian Webb) together with staff from the colleges (George Blacklock, Oriana Baddeley, Rod Bugg, Jane Collins, Peter Farley Stephen Farthing, Hogan, Susan Johanknecht and Chris Wainwright).
ISBN 9780955862854

A Day Out for Mehmet, by Louis de Bernieres, paintings by Hogan, published by the Belmont Press 1999.

Early Japanese Stories by Kazuo Ishiguro, paintings by Hogan, published by the Belmont Press, 2000.

Four Easy Pieces, by Peter Carey, paintings by Hogan, published by the Belmont Press 2002.

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Pay Attention! RAW (Research at Wimbledon) edited by Eileen Hogan, designed by Kerrie Powell, illustrated by Peter Arkle, 2007.
ISBN 9780955664632

Romilly Saumarez Smith: Bookbindings for Eileen Hogan, introduction by Martina Margetts, published by the Libanus Press to accompany an exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum 2000.

Of Chairs and Shadows, poem by Moniza Alvi, paintings by Hogan, published by the Pit Pony Press 2000.

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