Save the Date: Manzur Kargar

HOHMANN is pleased to present an artist reception for Berlin-based artist Manzur Kargar at our Palm Springs Showroom on Saturday, November 5th. Please save the date. An invitation with more information will come soon. Manzur Kargar is traveling from Berlin and will be present at the event. For more...

Artist Reception for Zivana Gojanovic

What a wonderful occasion it was having our beloved Zivana Gojanovic back albeit only for one evening. It had been almost 4 years since her last visit, and we were absolutely delighted to have her back in the desert and so were her fans and collectors. Many of the new paintings sold, but we hold...

New works by Doug Smith

American Art Collector Magazine featured Doug Smith in the current issue and we took this opportunity to showcase new works by the established painter in our Village Court Gallery and online.  Doug Smith’s uniquely composed landscape paintings marry Abstract Expressionism and Color Field genres...

Coming soon: Lawrence Schiller - Marilyn & Me

It wouldn't do justice to Lawrence Schiller, to reduce him to the iconic last photo shoot of Marilyn Monroe, albeit it has tremendously added to his fame. The exhibition "Marilyn & Me" with photographs by Lawrence Schiller will come to our Village Court gallery soon. Also on view are a playful...

Save the Date: Art Miami 2022

Save the Date! We hope to see you in Miami! Once again, we will be participating in Art Miami, one of the most important art fairs in the United States. From November 29 through December 4, 2022, we will present a distinct array of work from gallery artists of international renown in the...

Invitation to Consign

We are preparing for Art Miami during Art Basel 2022 in December, where we will collaborate once again with Austin Art Projects. Last year we successfully offered and placed works by Helen Frankenthaler, Sam Francis, Fernando Botero, Ed Ruscha, Tom Wesselmann, Deborah Butterfield, David Hockney,...

New works by Michael Azgour

When we introduced the work of Michael Azgour to our clients 12 years ago, we knew we had stumbled upon a serious gem. Even then, fresh out of the Academy of Art University San Diego, the painter was already teaching other artists and was considered somewhat of a Wunderkind with great determination...

Zivana Gojanovic in Palm Desert

It was a great adjustment for us when Zivana moved from Southern California back to her homeland of Croatia and we miss being able to see her on a regular basis. It has been almost 4 years since her last visit, but we just got word that she will be traveling to the US soon. It is very early in the...

New works by Neil Nagy

After a brief hiatus, popular gallery artist Neil Nagy has rejuvenated his practice and we are excited to present his new mixed media works on paper for the upcoming season. The figurative expressionist painter always delights, drawing upon both the female form and powerful universal cultural...

Early Adopters of .art Domain

As one of the early adopters of the .art domain name, HOHMANN was featured in art.art's 5-year anniversary celebration of those holding a .art domain from the beginning. The relationship between art and the digital world is discussed in this short interview with Christian Hohmann.

Summer's not over yet

While the official end of summer still lingers, we are getting ready for a very busy season. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to the desert this Fall, but if you still need some inspiration for your main or summer home, you know where to find us. After a refreshing summer break, we...

Introducing the Viewing Room

Like many businesses over the past few years, we had to investigate new ways to have meaningful connections with our clients. While our 9,000 square foot private, appointment-only gallery was ideal to provide local collectors with a superior art buying experience, so many of our clients couldn’t...

Neuenhausen Museum Exhibition opening soon

Last year, on the occasion of his 90th birthday, sculptor, graphic artist, painter, and project maker Siegfried Neuenhausen was scheduled to present a solo exhibition of his “pandemic collages” created throughout 2020 and 2021 at the Museum Kubus Hannover. The Kunstverein Wolfenbüttel in Germany...

Prestigious Goethe Medal for Mohamed Abla

Since 1954, the Goethe-Institut has awarded the Goethe Medal annually as an official decoration by the Federal Republic of Germany to reflect its foreign cultural policy. The important award honors public figures worldwide – for some time now three cultural notables from different regions each year...

now open: Marilyn Monroe - up close and personal

Andy Warhol’s 1964 portrait of Marilyn Monroe sold for $195 million at Christie’s Monday night, becoming the most expensive work of American art ever sold. Even before her untimely death in 1962, artists have depicted Marilyn Monroe countless times, but this sale is a reminder that Marilyn has...

Tough Abstraction - reintroducing Edward Wilcox

We have accompanied and represented the painter Edward Wilcox for many years, but we are most excited to be the first gallery to showcase his new body of work. Please check out this 4-minute video with great footage of Wilcox painting in his new open-air studio in California. Edward provides an...

Michael Kalish now at Village Court Gallery

Using vivid colors, pop-culture imagery, and aluminum, Michael Kalish creates imaginative 3-Dimensional works that encourage the viewer to engage. Through varying 3-dimensional layers and glossy colors, the viewer is given a different experience of the artwork from every angle. Michael Kalish’s...

Interview with Vladimira Klumpar & Matyas Pavlik

The mother and son exhibition "Continuation" touched on the generational contract within a family of all artists, the handoff, influence, and legacy of Czech Cast Glass. In collaboration with Austin Art Projects, we are pleased to present an exclusive interview with Czech glass masters Vladimira...

David Černý exhibition at Village Court

Prague-based David Černý, art-provocateur and bad boy rebel of the art world, is widely considered the most important and most famous (or infamous depending on who you ask) living Czech artist and his monumental sculptures have sparked controversy all over the world. Especially intriguing are his...

Lino Tagliapietra - Maestro

In collaboration with Austin Art Projects, it is our honor to present one of the most important glass artists of this time, Lino Tagliapietra, at Hohmann's Village Court gallery. Lino Tagliapietra was born in 1934 in Murano, Italy and became an apprentice glassblower at age 11. Even at a young age...

Vladimira Klumpar and Matyas Pavlik exhibiton

"Continuation" is the title of the exhibition of works by Czech glass masters Vladimira Klumpar and Matyas Pavlik. There has long been a tradition of multi generational artist families in the Czech Republic. Klumpar was influenced as an artist under the tutelage of Jaroslava Brychtová, who along...

A rare glimpse into the creative process

Artist Nicholas Auen provides insight into his process of creating a commissioned chromed aluminum piece, which starts off as a drawing. “Colors of refreshing blue water moving by the wind and currents was my inspiration. The composition has much more complexity and movement than Turbulence.” The...

Videos of new jd hansen sculptures

A horse walks through a valley draped in a blanket of script. Two minimalist figures touch hands to remark on intimacy’s dance. A group of intricately entwined family members express the blurred boundaries within their communal dynamic. The depth of our human condition is the treasure field that...

Manzur Kargar's Glam Exhibition in Berlin

Manzur Kargar is showing a selection of current paintings from his ongoing "Glam" series at ART ROOM F200, Philip Johnson House in Berlin, Germany. Kargar's paintings show a huge contrast between bright saturated color, the human form, and the rigid stone walls and architecture of the space. If you...

Explore Art in Downtown Palm Springs

Explore the newly revitalized area of downtown Palm Springs with an artwalk.

Grit Development has transformed the heart of downtown Palm Springs into "The Block", an exploration of Art and Architecture. The Block highlights the rich modern architecture, visionary development, and cultural...

Jun Kaneko exhibition ends Friday

If you haven't seen the Jun Kaneko exhibition at our Village Court gallery yet, we hope you have a chance in the next few days. Friday is the last day of this incredible display by one of the most important ceramicists in the world today. In collaboration with Austin Art Projects, it is our...

Bighorn residence opens with fabulous event

It has been almost three years since the last open house of a spec-home with our art at Bighorn and the anticipation was palpable. More than 400 invited guests came to see this spectacular residence and our art. We curated a collection to complement the architecture and spirit of this brand new...

Udo Nöger Exhibition in Palm Springs

Two more weeks to visit the exhibition "22 Hours in Dreams" with new works by Udo Nöger in our Palm Springs Showroom. Raw and unfiltered, with charcoal on wood, this body of work gives immediate access to Nöger’s creativity and his visual library. It is the polar opposite of his famous and...

Voss-Andreae selling out

Of course, Julian Voss-Andreae is an artist with an artistic vision that is as uncompromised and pure as can be. It is his limited edition sculptures that are selling out. As Julian Voss-Andreae's career progresses beautifully, it impacts the availability of his sculptures. A recent phone call with...

Art In Situ - Inspiration for your art collection

As many of you know, I don't have any hobbies. Instead, in my free time, I curate art collections for high-end residences that are for sale turn-key furnished. The great challenge is to conceptualize a collection that would usually grow over time and is worth owning with only the architecture and...

New Gojanovic Paintings

Oh, how we miss those days when Zivana lived a mere three hours from the gallery and we could pick up new paintings with no effort at all. Since she has moved to Croatia, the logistics have turned into somewhat of a nightmare. From her studio, the paintings have to be packed and moved to Zagreb,...

Catch the last days of Donald Sultan exhibition

New York-based blue-chip artist Donald Sultan is significantly known for his vibrant abstract flower paintings and prints central to the realm of contemporary pop. His work has also been described as a bold redefinition of the modern still life. Don't miss the only opportunity to see the entire...

Did You See Our Ad in Palm Springs Life Magazine?

Or did you miss it?

If you missed our ad in the January edition of Palm Springs Life, please check the magazine for the enclosed brochure. If you don't get Palm Springs Life Magazine, let us know next time you're in the gallery and we will give you an extra brochure.

DJ Hall - The Best of Times

In case you missed it, there was a wonderful article about the artist DJ Hall in a local newspaper recently. DJ received national acclaim as a photorealistic painter depicting the Palm Springs lifestyle. She became a local celebrity after her expansive 35 year retrospective at the Palm Springs Art...

Martin Luther King Jr. by Michael Azgour

Portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. (2021) - Acrylic on Canvas - 67" x 59” - price on request

On Monday, January 17, we celebrated a national holiday in honor of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., a tireless fighter for the civil rights of African Americans who was assassinated in 1968....

Happy Birthday Prof. Neuenhausen!

Time flies when we’re having fun! The Hohmann family has been proudly working with Prof. Siegfried Neuenhausen for more than 30 years and we recently celebrated his 90th birthday. His is a life well-lived, which comes as no surprise because Neuenhausen’s entire body of work explores the ups and...

Remembering Peter Schettler

 

Peter Schettler was born in 1944, in Pleissa (former DDR). From 1960-63 he studied at the College of Fine Arts, Dresden, Germany, specializing in mural and panel painting. Since 1971 Peter Schettler had exhibited in Berlin, the German States of Saxony and Brandenburg, the Czech Republic, Russia,...

Happy Holidays!

From our families to yours, Happy Holidays! We wish you the happiest of times with friends and family and a great start into the New Year! It has been both, a challenging and an amazing year and I want to thank all of our clients and artists for their support and great spirits! 

Over a hundred...

Art Miami Preview

New sculptures by Julian Voss-Andreae, David Cerny, jd hansen, and Roger Reutimann and new paintings by Udo Nöger and Claudia Meyer. Also, in collaboration with David Austin, the gallery presents original works by Helen Frankenthaler, Fernando Botero, Ed Ruscha, Sam Francis, Charles Arnoldi, and...

Julian Voss-Andreae - new sculptures

Julian Voss-Andreae, a quantum physicist turned sculptor, explores the juxtaposition between space and matter in breathtaking experiential works that lead the viewer to question and understand the molecular compositions that manifest all physicality. Perspectives change based on position of...

David Cerny - Portrait of Albert Einstein

Prague-based David Černcý, art-provocateur and bad boy rebel of the art world, is currently the most famous living Czech artist and his monumental sculptures have sparked controversy all over the world. Especially intriguing are his portraits of our globally recognized major thinkers who have...

Udo Nöger - 22 Hours in Dreams

22 Hours in Dreams is the title of Udo Nöger’s new series. Raw and unfiltered, with charcoal on wood, this body of word gives immediate access to Nöger’s creativity and his visual library. It is the polar opposite of his translucent white-on-white ethereal paintings. The title originates from a...

jd hansen - new sculptures

Three moments. Two minimalist figures touch hands to remark on intimacy’s dance. A woman holds a coat of words to comfort herself with memory. A horse walks through a valley draped in a blanket of script. The depth of our human condition is the treasure field that artist jd hansen mines to produce...

Roger Reutimann - Corporatocracy

A nod to the classical in the form of a bronze Roman-esque bust marries with the cartoon ears of Mickey Mouse – ancient tradition putting on the costume of a commercial contemporary empire. Where does one stop and one begin? Or are we now forever entwined with the two? When the free world marries...

Pascal Pierme - Vue D'En Haut

Pascal will be in town only for one day, but his exhibition in our new Palm Springs showroom will be on display through December 13th. The online preview for Pascal Pierme's new exhibition is now live in case you cannot make it in person. Click the button below to view the new works online. The new...

Art Miami 2021 - Save the Date

On November 30th, the 31st edition of Art Miami will start with the VIP Opening Night, one of the most anticipated events in any art collector's calendar. For many years now we have participated in this art fair, which has become one if not the most important art fair in the US. This year we will...

Zivana Gojanovic - new works have arrived

Treasured gallery artist Zivana Gojanovic has been called an existential emotionalist who makes paintings that convey the subtle nuances of man’s enigmatic place within the worldly plane. She grows and shapes her paintings almost as if nurturing an organic process, building them layer by layer over...

Kimber Berry's new works now at Village Court

It was our first exhibition in our new Palm Springs showroom across from the Palm Springs Art Museum. Although it was early in the season and the opening reception was still a little slow, the show was a smashing success with several major works sold and commissions lined up. While the exhibition...

Julian Voss-Andreae Portraits in Mexico

Once again, Julian Voss-Andreae has added to his impressive list of public sculptures. This time, he was commissioned to create four 10' portraits for the Rancho LB Sculpture Park in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. He is in good company: Jeff Koons, Ai Weiwei, Jaume Plensa, and many others.

Manzur Kargar TV Interview

Manzur Kargar was recently interviewed by the US-based German TV station DW (Deutsche Welle). The interview is in English and gives insight into his creative process.

Although born in Afghanistan, Kargar was raised in West Berlin. He studied Fine Art and Painting in Braunschweig at one of the most...

David Cerny: See 9 of His Bizarre Sculptures

Will Fly For Food -- Before doing research for this Prague trip, I had never heard of David Cerny, but one look at his outrageous sculptures made me want to see them for myself. Often evocative and always amusing, he creates large public sculptures that demand your attention.After food,...

Don't miss these exhibitions

If you are (still) in town in the next two weeks, please come and see us. You don't want to miss these exhibitions. In this second major collaboration between Austin Art Projects and Hohmann Fine Art, for a limited time, we are presenting two of today's most outstanding contemporary glass artists:...

Voss-Andreae's Kneeling Woman

One of our clients commissioned this stunning new sculpture by Julian Voss-Andreae and it will soon be available as an exclusive limited edition. The official premiere will be at our booth at Art Miami in early December, but the sculpture will be available to our clients as of now. We have just...

A Conversation with Oben Abright

Oben Abright is exclusively represented by Austin Art Projects and it was a privilege to host both, Oben Abright and David Austin for an interview in our gallery. This is the second collaborative exhibition of Abright's work curated and presented by David Austin at HOHMANN.

With an impressive body...

Toots Zynsky - Camouflage

As the exhibition is almost sold out, we have received two additional works that are not part of the original show, but just as breathtaking.

Toots Zynsky's new body of work "Camouflage" is a departure from her previous work primarily in the source of inspiration. "Steller's Jay", "Himalayan...

New Claudia Meyer Paintings

Usually, every spring, Claudia Meyer would travel to Los Angeles to spend several months in the sun and to work in her Culver City Studio so we can show new works every season. With COVID-19, that was not possible this year. Instead, she worked extra hard and shipped almost 20 new paintings and...

Introducing Pezhman

Pezhman was born in Iran in 1976, but left at an early age and ultimately studied Art in Atlanta, GA, and continued his education at the New York School of Photography. He has been a professional artist for nearly 20 years and he explores the world between photography and painting, modifying...

Donald Sultan - Fine Prints

Famous for his abstract flower paintings, New York-based painter Donald Sultan has long made his way into the top league of American artists. In collaboration with one of his publishers, we feature an exhibition with fine prints and multiples, including a couple of very rare cast glass limited...

Soulmates by jd hansen

"Soulmates" is quickly becoming one of the most successful sculptures in jd hansen's recent oeuvre. Although released at the end of 2020, the pandemic made it impossible for our clients to see the work. Three weeks ago this changed and the pieces are already finding fantastic homes. We are...

Follow us on Instagram

It's no secret that I am not a fan of social media, but my artists have pressured me from the beginning to post about their work on social media. I kept telling them that I'd rather sell one of their works to one of our collectors than getting a hundred "likes" or "thumbs up" by teenagers that...

Just for fun: My first TV appearance 25 years ago

I had opened my first gallery just a few months before and this was my first exhibition with an artist that my parents did not represent before. Out of the blue, the local TV station Hamburg 1 called and wanted to interview me about the artist, Lois Wagner. Later I would be a guest on that show on...

New jd hansen sculptures and price changes

jd hansen is pushing the limits of bronze sculpture once again and it so happens that three sculptures that have been under development for the last year, are all coming out at almost the same time. "Das Spiel" (above) is scheduled to arrive in the gallery this coming week and "Soulmates" and "Ein...

Julian Voss-Andreae - last exemplars

A few days ago, by chance, I found my first communication with Julian Voss-Andreae from 2013. A lot has changed in those 8 years but one of the most amazing things to watch during this time was Julian's career. To be a part of this journey is really wonderful. There are many exciting projects in...

Xenia Hausner Museum Show in Vienna

More than 20 years ago, when I lived in Germany, I had galleries in both, Hamburg and Berlin. One of the most spectacular exhibitions during that time was a show of paintings by Xenia Hausner, who is today one of the most important living Austrian painters. We would collaborate on several occasions...

Magic of Minimalism

He is a magician when it comes to transforming wood. Pierme’s sculptures evoke qualities of architecture and nature, combining balance, energy, and movement. “I have an admiration for architecture,” he says. “And then, when I look at what nature does, I’m very admirative as well. So, what I’m often...

Bernard Cathelin's little nap

Bernard Cathelin (1919 - 2004) was a French painter known for his uniquely stylized abstractions of flowers, landscapes, and figures. Thick palette knife strokes of paint capture the light and atmosphere of the Provence, where he spent much time. Cathelin's work has been exhibited in countless...

The literate world of Paul Beliveau

This is the first exhibition of the renowned hyper realistic painter from Canada at our gallery. Beliveau, who studied art in Quebec, has exhibited his work in galleries and museums around the world and is recipient of numerous awards. He captures books, often the spines of several, and combines...

Voss-Andreae's New Landmark in Columbus

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)–A special commemoration this Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a sculpture unveiling for all to see in downtown Columbus.

Devine at Oceanside Museum of Art

Today, Matt Devine installed one of his impressive outdoor sculptures at the Oceanside Museum of Art. Make sure to stop and take a look when you are in Oceanside.

Segal on HYPEBEAST

Our artist Maura Segal was written up on the prominent art blog HYPEBEAST

Warriors with Messengers

Paul Ecke's  "Warriors" will take your breath away. Based on a cleansing journey after winning his battle with cancer, these sculptures touch on all aspects of humanity.

D.J. Hall - Nocturne

Contemporary painter DJ Hall’s Nocturne pays homage to peer artist and Neo-expressionist Eric Fischl’s famous 1982 work Barbecue, in which a young boy fills the foreground with a flame pouring out of his mouth as his grinning father commandeers a grill behind him near the pool. Only in Hall’s...

"When David Černý Made a Tank Monument Interesting"

"Aside from bringing people from two different parts of the city and the whole Germany together, the fall of the Berlin wall also marked the abolishment of The Iron Curtain; behind it, countries belonging to the Eastern Bloc functioned under the communist rule since the end of World War II, the...

jd hansen - Resonance

This is the very last exemplar of jd hansen's recent sculpture "Resonance". We premiered this sculpture less than a year ago and it is now already sold out except this one remaining cast that we currently have at the gallery.

She Wears Prada

In She Wears Prada, we find a signature, multi-layered and complex personage constructed by Croatian painter Zivana Gojanovic, demonstrating the artist’s singular passion to convey the subtle nuances of the human being’s enigmatic place within the worldly plane. 

Pascal Pierme - Origines Dual

Twenty curvaceously sculpted, abstract wooden sticks dance together on the wall in Pascal Pierme’s delightful work Origines Dual. The minimalist forms present a gorgeous wood surface yet when viewed from the sides, the “dual” tones of lime green and periwinkle blue appear. Playfully...

Nicholas Auen - Notre Dame

“Notre Dame” was inspired by artist Nicholas Auen’s visit to the renowned Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral during a trip to Europe with his wife. Touched by the religious icon’s staggering scale and complexity, he sought to convey its poetic historical resonance within the framework of a modern...

Manzur Kargar - Blood Cells

This stunning triptych by Manzur Kargar, the Afghanistan-born, Berlin based German painter juxtaposes the glamorous beauty of magazine cover models with visual elements that appear post modern, but are, upon closer look, enlarger blood cells. It becomes a modern-day version of the art historical...

Horns of a Dilemma

 
Contemporary artist Robert Dunahay’s professional oeuvre has run the gamut from figurative painting to installation to minimalist abstraction, spanning four decades of a prolific career that began in New York City, matured in San Francisco, and now flourishes in sunny Palm Springs,...

Artist David Černý has pinned his “BEETLE” on BB Centrum

“BROUK” or “BEETLE”, a sculpture in the shape of the legendary Porsche 911 automobile and one of the unique moving installations from artist David Černý, can be seen from the beginning of April in BB Centrum in Prague 4. Passerinvest Group, which is behind the development of this location and which...

Controversial 'shipwreck' tower could soon be Prague's tallest building

CNN- Skyscrapers can be controversial for many reasons, whether they alter a beloved cityscape or have a negative impact on local communities. But sometimes one comes along that simply offends people's visual sensibilities. Hot on the heels of the strikingly phallic London tower known as the Tulip...

Welcome Cerny Babies

Palm Springs Life -- Following the popular installation of Isabelle by Julian Voss-Andreae in May, the next collaboration between Hohmann Fine Art and Grit Development brought a world-class caliber art installation to downtown Palm Springs, the “Babies,” by internationally renowned Czech artist...

Exclusive Video Interview with the Controversial David Černý

Coachella Valley -- Exclusive Video interview with the controversial David Černý’, the Czech Creator of the "Babies" now crawling in Downtown Palm Springs!

 

On June 5th, Hohmann and Grit Development officially unveiled one of David Černý’s largest and most famous installations in Palm...

Colossal Naked Faceless Babies Installation

KESQ News --  An art installation composed of 10, large faceless baby sculptures is slated next week for a public unveiling in Palm Springs.

Giant Naked Babies Will Soon Be Seen Crawling Around Palm Springs

Desert Sun -- Some people will love them. Some people will hate them.Either way, the gigantic 8-foot-tall babies that take four or five men to carry are guaranteed to elicit some type of reaction once they’re unveiled in downtown Palm Springs, crawling behind The Rowan. Judging by the conversation...

The risqué mixed-media sculptures

David Černý has a number of controversial, provocative sculptures scattered throughout Prague and the wider world. Of all of these, Brown-nosers is perhaps among his most not-safe-for-work exhibits.The sculptures are a permanent fixture hidden in the back garden of Futura, an art museum. The...

10,000 hours of 3D printing

Julian Voss-Andreae landed yet another prestigious commission this time in Georgia. On August 1st he will install a 6' tall bronze for the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

Voss-Andreae wins coveted prize

Julian Voss-Andreae wins CodaWorx Award

Installation at University of Minneapolis fetches coveted prize

Julian Voss-Andreae, a former quantum physicist, received one of the highly coveted and prestigious CODAWORX Awards for his sculptural installation for the University of Minnesota’s new Physics...

Take a Free 9-Stop Tour of David Cerny’s Prague

Prague Go -- David Cerny was born in Prague and is one of the city’s most famous sons. He is internationally notorious for producing pieces that are both eye-catching and highly controversial. Cerny is probably best known for his giant faceless babies, which today crawl happily up and down the TV...

David Černý Unfiltered: All You Need to Know about the Czech Rebel Artist

Eating Europe -- David Černý Unfiltered: All You Need to Know about the Czech Rebel Artist

Bad a@#, provocative, amusing, controversial, revolutionary, radical, bold, brash (we could go on, trust us): meet David Černý, the Czech Republic’s most notorious sculptor. 47 years old, jet-black hair, and...

A Rotating 42-Layer Sculpture of Franz Kafka’s Head by David Černý

"Located in a busy shopping center in Prague, this twisting and reflective sculpture depicting the head of writer Franz Kafka is the latest kinetic artwork by controversial Czech artist David Cerny. Installed in 2014, the enormous mirrored bust is comprised of 42 independently driven layers of...

Artist Spotlight: Neil Nagy

Neil Nagy is one of our most popular artists and his works are coveted among collectors.  Over the last couple of years, Neil has had several very successful exhibitions including a solo exhibition at our gallery last season that almost sold out. For many years now he has not increased his prices...

Artist Council Museum Exhibition Juried by Christian Hohmann

The annual Palm Springs Museum Artist Council exhibition has become an important part of the art calendar in Palm Springs. The exhibition reflects the variety and depth of artistic talent in the Coachella Valley and 50% of the proceeds of all sales are going to the educational program of the museum.

Czech artist David Černý aims giant middle finger at Prague Palace

"A Czech artist known for his anti-communist stance has floated a huge statue of a hand making an obscene gesture on Prague's main river, days before parliamentary elections that could give the communists a taste of power almost a quarter-century after they were ousted.David Černý's giant purple...

Czech Floating Finger Sends President Message

 

The BBC -- As Parliament polls get underway in the Czech Republic this week, artist Davis Cerny has floated a huge purple statue of an extended middle finger down the river Vltava in Prague.

 

It is pined at Prague castle, the seat of president Milos Zeman.

Mr. Cerny has shocked and mocked...

Charity Event - Mourning Star

Mourning Star…A children’s grief counseling center. Christian Hohmann Fine Art supports this wonderful organization that helps children to work through and deal with grief.

A David Černý sculpture walk in Prague

Cerny's exercising bus sculpture may have delighted Londoners during the Olympics, but in his native Prague lurk many far wittier, more subversive creations. Discover them on this unusual tour of the Czech capital.

Double-decker buses typically provoke an irksome reaction in Londoners. Crowded,...

A David Cerny Sculpture Walk in Prague

The Guardian - Cerny's exercising bus sculpture may have delighted Londoners during the Olympics, but in his native Prague lurk many far wittier, more subversive creations. Discover them on this unusual tour of the Czech capital

 

Double-decker buses typically provoke an irksome reaction in...

David Černý's 'metalmorphosis' sculpture in north carolina

‘metalmorphosis’ by Czech sculptor David černý is a 7.6 m tall sculpture located in front of the Whitehall Corporate Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. the artist’s first permanent public installation in the united states, the piece consists of multiple plates that rotate intermittently to...

Willi Kissmer in American Art Collector Magazine

Once a year, in October, the national art magazine "American Art Collector" has a special feature about the "Art of the Nude". It covers artists from all over the world that have been recognized as outstanding artists in that subject. It was great news to learn that Willi Kissmer was selected to be...

Entropa: the great EU art hoax

"David Černý's 'collaboration with 27 EU artists' provoked laughter when it was unveiled to celebrate the Czech Republic's presidency of the EU. Now the artist has revealed that the eight-ton installation is a hoax"

"Entropa (2008) is massive installation, commissioned by the Czech Republic to mark...

Mohamed Abla - Sisyphus

April 19, 1992: Mohamed Abla's Sculpture Sisyphus was selected as the first sculpture for Walsrode's public art program.

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Source: Walsroder Zeitung (http://www.wz-net.de/)