Michael Holroyd has written celebrated biographies of Hugh Kingsmill, Augustus John, and Bernard Shaw, as well as the acclaimed Basil Street Blues and Mosaic. He lives in London with his wife.
J. C. Holt was Master of Fitzwilliam College and Professor of Medieval History at the University of Cambridge.
Michael F. Hopkins is a lecturer in the School of History at the University of Liverpool. His books include The Cold War 1945-1991.
Owen Hopkins is an architectural writer and curator.
Walter Hopps is an art dealer and museum curator and director.
Sándor Hornyik is an art historian and curator working for the Institute for Art History of the Research Center for Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences as a senior research fellow.
Lesley Hoskins is a Specialist Curator at the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture, Middlesex University, and a curator in the field of nineteenth- and twentieth-century interiors and wallpapers.
Max Houghton runs the MA Program in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.
A former senior editor at Wallpaper* magazine, Laura Houseley contributes to Tank, The Financial Times, Arena Homme, and other publications. She lives in England.
Stephen D. Houston is Dupee Family Professor of Social Sciences at Brown University. His most recent book is The Life Within: Classic Maya and the Matter of Permanence.
Martin Howard is the author of more than fifty books. He has published works on numerous historical figures, as well as producing biographies of Alexander the Great and Christopher Columbus for children.
Sophie Howarth is a writer, teacher, curator, and entrepreneur based in London. She was Curator of Public Programmes at Tate Modern and an Associate Curator for Artangel. She is coauthor, with Stephen McLaren, of Street Photography Now.
ShaoLan is an entrepreneur, author, and a strong believer in lifelong learning. She is the bestselling author of Chineasy, Chineasy Everyday and Chineasy for Children and has also written bestselling books on software. She lives in London.
Roger Hübner does consulting and design for webjuice.de and teaches graphic design in Berlin.
Suzanne Hudson is Associate Professor of Art History and Fine Arts at the University of Southern California. Her previous books include Robert Ryman: Used Paint and Contemporary Art: 1989–Present, and she is a regular contributor to Artforum.
Ted Hughes was the Poet Laureate from 1984 until his death in 1998. He published many children’s books, including My Brother Bert, How the Whale Became, and Collected Poems for Children.
Wu Hung is the Founder and Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia at the University of Chicago and the Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor in Chinese Art History at the Department of Art History and the Department of East Asian Studies and Civilizations at the same university.
Grant Hunter is a regional creative director for Iris Worldwide and the co-creator of urgentgenius.com. He has created campaigns for Adidas, Sony Ericsson, and Diageo.
John O. Hunwick has devoted a lifetime of scholarship to the history, culture, and literature of Islamic Africa.
Joseph Hunwick’s images brilliantly capture the faded majesty of the city and the dignity and warmth of its modern-day inhabitants.
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Edward Hutchison is principal of his own successful landscape-design practice in London. He was previously an associate at Foster & Partners.
Joe Hyams (1923–2008) was a Hollywood columnist who wrote for the New York Herald Tribune and many other publications. He wrote or co-wrote some 30 books, including James Dean: Little Boy Lost in 1992.
Timothy Hyman is an art critic and historian, as well as a painter. His articles have appeared in the London Magazine and TLS.
Hans Ibelings is a Montreal-based architectural historian and critic, and the editor and publisher of The Architecture Observer.