Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin
Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin studied philosophy, mathematics, and music at Mount Holyoke College and earned a master’s degree from Bryn Mawr College. In 2001, she was among several individuals selected to participate in a cultural exchange to work with artists in Israel. Ginsburgh Hofkin has had eight solo exhibitions of her photography in Israel, as well as one-person shows at other venues such as the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum in South Hadley, Massachusetts; A.I.R. Gallery in New York City; Weill Art Gallery at the 92nd Street Y in New York City; Sande Webster Gallery in Philadelphia; Nina Bliese Gallery in Minneapolis; Quarter Gallery, Regis Center at the University of Minnesota, and the Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, WI. She was also named a finalist for the Adi Prize for Jewish Expression in Art and Design and was featured in its exhibition at the Israel Museum in 2005. In 2013, she had two one-person shows in Israel: one at the Jerusalem Center for the Performing Arts and the other at Bet Gabriel Cultural Center on the Sea of Galilee. In April, 2014, her work was featured and purchased as part of the Sacred Arts Festival at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.
Ginsburgh Hofkin is represented by A.I.R. Gallery in New York., and by Wendy Frieze Gallerist in Minneapolis. Her photographs are part of numerous private and corporate collections, including those of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, University of South Dakota, University of Colorado (Boulder), College of Saint Benedict (MN), St. Mary’s College (MN), Wynnchurch Capital (IL), Hennepin History Museum, Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 3M, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Woodstock Center for Photography, Medtronic Corporation, University of St. Thomas, Arthur Andersen, Jerusalem Theater (Israel), Poriya Hospital (Israel), Massachusetts General Hospital, Adath Jeshurun Congregation (MN), Park Nicollet Women’s Center (MN), and Fidelity Investments.