CURRENT AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS 

 

Hans Hofmann: The Post-war Years

An exhibition highlighting Hofmann's paintings in the mid-1940's. "In 1945, Hofmann celebrated his 65th birthday. At the same time, the paintings of this period clearly announce and begin to define the grand thrust his art was to follow during the last two decades of his life. " Andre Emmerich, 1989. March 23 - 22 April, 2017.  A catalogue with color reproductions accompanies the exhibition.

 

Creation in Form and Color: Hans Hofmann

An exhibition of approximately 40 paintings and works on paper looks anew at the expansive range and sustained creative vitality of Hofmann’s work, examining how nature takes shape and form through line, color, and plane. Co-organized by the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum &  Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA), which houses the world’s most extensive museum collection of Hofmann’s works and the Kunsthalle Bielefeld. 

The exhibition opened in Germany at the Kunsthalle Bielefeld from November 5, 2016 - March 5, 2017. It then travels to the Musee national d'histoire et d'art Luxembourg September 28, 2017 - January 14, 2018 . A catalogue with color reproductions accompanies the exhibition. The exhibition is co- curated by Lucinda Barnes, former Chief Curator at (BAMPFA) and Dr. Jutta Hulsewig-Johnen, Deputy Director of the Kunstalle Bielefeld. The exhibition and the catalogue are sponsored by the Renate, Hans and Maria Hofmann Trust.

 

Hans Hofmann: Works on Paper

A retrospective of Hofmann’s drawings organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Florida. Curated by Karen Wilkin, independent curator, and Marcelle Polednik, former MOCA director. The exhibition consists of approximately 50 works on paper spanning numerous media including drawings, gouaches, watercolors, and oils on paper from his extensive career, covering 1914–1965.

The exhibition was at MOCA Jacksonville, January 28 2017 until April 14. It travels to the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine June 16 - September 3, 2017. A catalogue with color reproductions accompanies the exhibition. The exhibition and catalogue are sponsored by the Renate, Hans and Maria Hofmann Trust.