Art Miami 2019
For this year’s Art Miami December 3-8, Hohmann will present a distinct array of work from gallery artists of international renown in the prestigious event’s main tent.
Our booth number is AM 413.
Online preview will be available on December 1st.
Some highlights include:
- One of the most important portraitists of our time, Chuck Close, has made a career painstakingly creating rigorous grids of autonomous shapes and colors that when viewed from afar form highly realistic images of people. For this occasion though, Hohmann will be showing Close’s “Hologram” works, the artist’s endeavor into a radical new media, by which lasers are refracted from mirrors onto chemically sensitized glass, creating a new realm of portraiture that evokes the ghostly and spectral.
- Two new sculptures by Swiss-American artist Roger Reutimann, whose semi-abstract sculptures made from contemporary materials like cast stainless steel and fiberglass transform the inexhaustible subject of the human figure into innovative works of art finished with his gloss automotive paints. The works for this show were inspired by two seminal masterpieces of the art canon: Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
- The premiere of two new sculptures by German quantum-physicist turned sculptor Julian Voss-Andreae.
- A new sculpture by jd hansen whose elongated metal works evoke the juxtaposition between vulnerability and strength, drawing inspiration from both human and animal forms.
- Two paintings by late American figurative painter Mel Ramos known for his high gloss renditions of female nudes in cheeky, pop cultural environments.
- Two resin works by provocateur and enfant terrible of the art world, Czech David Cerny that explore our universal familiarity with the security issues surrounding global travel and highlight his proprietary method of casting three-dimensional items from every day life (in this case guns) into eerie polymer assemblages of translucency and depth.
- A highly esteemed painting by German Expressionist Max Pechstein, which was groundbreaking for its time and remains one of the largest works from the period pre-dating World War I. It has only changed hands twice since it was painted in 1910.
In its 30th year, Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America's modern and contemporary art fair market and is globally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries.
One of Southern California’s premier art galleries and art advisories, Hohmann brings 40 years of experience to the art market. Founded in 1976 in Germany, the gallery represents artists of worldwide renown through its exhibitions, art fair presence, rigorous catalog publication program, and private consultations with individual collectors, corporations, institutions, and developers. The gallery operates from two locations: a public gallery at 73130 El Paseo in Palm Desert and a by-appointment-only showroom at 44651 Village Court in Palm Desert.