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Past Project GLYCERINE and ROSE WATER

June 2, 2015–February 25, 2017

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Credit: Ben Page, 2015

The Warhol presents a site specific artwork by the German/Dutch artist Stefan Hoffmann. Hofmann uses his unique process of vertical silkscreen printing to transform the museum’s entrance space windows and doors during the month of June.

The sites Hoffmann chooses for his installations span the globe from a contemporary art center in Tokyo, to a neighborhood shop and café in the United Kingdom, to a youth gymnasium in Rankin, PA. He has also worked on projects at museums in Shanghai, Amsterdam, and Quebec City. Like Warhol, Hoffmann appropriates everyday imagery as source material for his work, challenging audiences to critically reflect on our shared visual culture.