Over the last year, we have moved mountains to offer you a better art buying experience. We opened a new streamlined showroom on El Paseo where you can visit and see what's new anytime during business hours. We acquired a private museum style showroom where we can offer you a personal and exclusive experience to find the next treasure for your collection (by appointment).
But we didn't stop there. We also wanted to make your online experience more intriguing, so we developed this new website to give you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with what we do.
Whether you are a casual or a serious collector, a curator, art consultant, interior designer, architect or developer, whether you are looking to add one work by one of our artists to your collection, want some inspiration for your home or have a large scale project for us, we would love to hear from you.
The installation that has the Coachella Valley talking. Christian Hohmann brokered the loan by world famous Czech artist David Cerny, who gave his 10 gigantic babies to developer Michael Braun for his construction site in front of the Palm Springs Art Museum, kicking off a renaissance of public art in Palm Springs.
Quantum Physicist turned sculptor, Julian Voss-Andreae, recently unveiled his landmark sculpture "Isabelle" in Palm Springs. With public commissions in 11 states, Voss-Andreae is taking the art world by storm. Most recently large public works have been placed in San Diego, France, Germany and now very soon in Dallas where he was commissioned to create a 10' sculpture for the Virgin Hotel.
DJ Hall, the iconic Los Angeles based painter who is known for her depiction of the Palm Springs lifestyle, has a conversation with German Expressionist painter Max Pechstein (1881-1955). "Max - The Project" is a transhistorical encounter that goes beyond appropriatism. It all started with an original painting by Max Pechstein which is currently offered for sale in the gallery.
Two years in the making, the transition into our new home is now complete. The exhibition space was designed by Chuck Arnoldi and developed by the renown and respected art dealer and gallerist David Austin (Austin Art Projects) who sold it to HOHMANN. The museum style space offers 6,500 sq ft of exhibition space and 2,500 sq ft of warehouse, office and administration. It is open for gallery events, meetings or viewings by appointment.
If you want to see what's new, meet us without an appointment and get a sense of what we have to offer, please drop by at our Palm Desert showroom on the prestigious shopping street El Paseo. We are currently open Tuesday - Saturday and we look forward to meeting you there.
With the launch of our new public facing website (this one) we also developed a second, password protected website that will give our clients access to our entire live inventory with prices.
If you are already a client of the gallery, you can request access here.
Always a highlight of the social calendar, the Season Opening marks the beginning of the art season in the valley. Look out for your invitation and don't miss this opportunity to meet Zivana Gojanovic, Paul Ecke, Heiner Meyer and new to the gallery: Jens Ritter
Join us in Miami in December when the entire art world comes together during art Basel week. We are showing David Cerny, Mel Ramos, Chuck Close, Julian Voss-Andreae, Roger Reutimann, Claudia Meyer and Udo Noeger at the longest running art fair in Miami: art Miami
After a very busy two years with public commissions for Palm Springs, San Diego, Dallas, Fuerth and the South of France, Julian Voss-Andreae is introducing Annabelle, a take on his now legendary landmark sculpture "Isabelle" in Palm Springs.
He was just honored as one of the top 100 photorealistic artists by HyperRealism, the leading publication on that subject. HOHMANN represents Lieder exclusively in the US and we have just received several new masterpieces by this outstanding artist.
After the very successful exhibition project "Max" that premiered at our gallery, DJ Hall has trusted us with several drawings from her own personal collection. These works have never been offered until now.
Recently celebrating the 25 year anniversary of his arrival in the US from his native France, Magazine 43 interviewed Pascal Pierme asking him about his inspiration and career. We have just received several new works and they can be viewed in our Village Court gallery by appointment or anytime on our website.
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