Gallery Talk: Judith Belzer on Hans Hofmann
Judith Belzer offers an artist’s perspective on Hans Hofmann’s use of nature as essential source material for his abstract imagery. Belzer’s own work explores human engagement with the natural world, often looking to man-made landscapes to consider this dynamic and sometimes uncomfortable relationship.
A visiting lecturer in the Department of Visual Art and Environmental Studies at Harvard University, Belzer has been awarded a residency at the Yaddo Foundation and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. Most recently her work has been featured in exhibitions at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art, and BAMPFA.