Galerie Hoffmann was established in 1967 in Frankfurt to promote Constructivist and Concrete art from the Bauhaus to the present. The gallery has continued to realise exhibitions and editions, in close cooperation with artists across Europe, Japan, and the Americas. In 1974, the gallery relocated to its Friedberg locations, where it currently operates from its two spaces on more than 900 sqm. Galerie Hoffmann plays an integral role in the aforementioned movements, as it also functions as a meeting point for artists. The gallery’s programme has included retrospectives from artists with decades of shared history such as Herman de Vries, Richard Paul Lohse and Leon Polk Smith; however, it continues to show a commitment to the exhibition of contemporary artists who work in a similar tradition.
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