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Color & Abstraction: Students Respond to Hofmann

Founders Gallery

October 24, 2019 - December 15, 2019

Gallery Hours
M-F, 9am–5pm
or by appointment

Reception: November 13th, 5–8pm

Hofmann’s legacy is great and respected at the Montserrat College of Art. Not only were some of the founding faculty directly influenced by Hofmann, countless other faculty members hold his teachings and methods as canonical, and frequently incorporate them into their syllabi.

On view as part of Color and Abstraction current students display paintings, drawings, and sculptural objects that reflect or react to the tenants of Hofmann. Participating artists include:

Joshua Bonifaz · Caddy Cicogna · Emily Davis · Jack DeBusk · Laurel Driskill · Jack Fay · Jaime Fox · Maeve Lally · Rebecca Nagle · Emily Scally · Matthew Rucki


Exhibition created in conversation with “Hans Hofmann: The Nature of Abstraction” currently on view at the Peabody Essex Museum.

This exhibition was created thanks to organization by professors Diane Ayott, Judy Brown, Tim Harney, and Masako Kamiya. 

Lydia Gordon & Tim Harney: The Impact of Hofmann

Joshua Bonifaz, Play