Hohmann at Context Art Miami 2018 - Booth C208
Hohmann Fine Art Announces CONTEXT Art Miami 2018 Highlights
For this year’s CONTEXT Art Miami December 4-9, Hohmann Fine Art will present a distinct array of work from gallery artists who have been making a lot of noise in recent news!
Quantum physicist turned sculptor Julian Voss-Andreae will show his ten-foot-tall piece Quantum Meditation, which was recently nominated for the Grand Rapids, Michigan Artprize. The stunning piece, constructed from parallel slabs of stainless steel, or “wave fronts,” is an exercise in perception. Viewers are meant to walk around the piece and experience the juxtaposition between perceiving a solid body and then watching it disappear. This knack for perceptual manipulation was recently highlighted in an Art Insider video, which garnered the artist over ten million views. The media storm continues to shower its praise as several impressive public commissions over the past few years have catapulted Voss-Andreae into the limelight. Most recently, his larger-than-life public art installation Isabelle has been wowing the residents of Palm Springs, California with its position in front of the sexy new Kimpton Hotel. Additionally, Voss-Andreae will reveal a new life-sized piece, "Elective Affinities". It has never been seen to audiences prior to this event. www.hohmann.art/isabelle
Painter DJ Hall will present a series of paintings created in direct dialogue across the centuries with the work of German Expressionist Max Pechstein. Hall is known for her vivid depictions of a decidedly Southern California lifestyle, oftentimes peppering her work with portraits of her friends. Through this unique experiment, Hall’s new series will present a marriage of the two artists’ worlds and their inhabitants, creating an altogether contemporary vision. A highly esteemed painting of Pechstein’s will accompany this small exhibition to provide contrast and context. Learn more: www.hohmann.art/max
World famous Czech artist and enfant terrible David Cerny will be represented by a massive red skull sculpture rendered in the artist’s proprietary, mind-bending technique by which he casts hundreds of x-ray translucent, three-dimensional objects, then compiles them into polymer resin to inform a dynamic, sculptural work. Recently, Cerny’s larger than life series of Babies have been causing a swath of controversy in Palm Springs as they appear to crawl around a construction site, begging reflection on consumerism, mass production and the loss of personal identity in today’s world of over-commodification. Cerny has a reputation for provocation worldwide. www.hohmann.art/cerny www.hohmann.art/babies
Last but not least, Swiss-born sculptor Roger Reutimann, whose work draws upon art history and historical events, will unveil a new sculpture inspired by fashion designer Alexander McQueen. www.hohmann.art/reutimann
Also on display are new paintings by Gerd Lieder, Heiner Meyer, Kimber Berry and Pascal Pierme
Please contact the gallery at (760) 346-4243 for more information or fill out the form to the right if you have any questions.
You can reach us at the fair at (530) 464-6266 (HOHMANN).
If you are a client of the gallery, we would be happy to provide free day tickets or VIP tickets for you. We ask for your understanding that we are unable to provide VIP tickets to non-clients due to the limited amount of passes and the amount of requests we get. Passes available as long as supplies last.