"Crossing The Treshold" Gallery Opening..

The Jewish Artists’ Laboratory, now in its sixth year, explores specific themes through study and art making, bringing together a diverse group of artists who have an interest in the relationship between Jewish thought and creativity.

This year, nearly 35 artists spent eight months studying and exploring the theme of Crossing the Threshold. This topic presented a multitude of opportunities to explore how thresholds are reflected in Jewish rituals and holidays, and the significance of Jewish rituals and holidays, and the significance of thresholds in its many forms. This exhibit showcases a large array of media and subject matter around this expansive theme.

One of the artists featured is Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin. The Gallery opening was on June 21, 2018.

Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin's art selected for "The Color of Light"

Juror Arthur Meyerson has chosen 35 photographs for the gallery exhibition, and an additional 40 photographs for display in the Online Gallery on the PhotoPlace Gallery website.  It’s a wonderful collection of work. Ann's piece called "Moon in Trees, Kauai" was selected for the gallery. It will be exhibited from March, 8th to April 8th, 2017 in Middlebury, VT.

Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin photography featured in design for NYC Park Avenue apartment

Morpurgo Architects

It is always a welcome opportunity to design a home for clients with whom we have enjoyed collaborating in the past.  And, fun, too, to create at both ends of the spectrum of our residential work … from the renovation of their traditional French Provincial house in Greenwich, Connecticut, to gutting their Park Avenue apartment that has emerged as the epitome of elegant contemporary design.

Morpurgo Architects’ renovation of this 2,000 sf coop, with confining areas, has led to a flowing series of spaces that includes an open living/dining area, two bedroom suites, each with an en-suite bathroom, a library/guest room and bathroom, a powder room, and an eat-in kitchen.

Our clients’ new home is distinguished by high ceilings and recessed LED lighting, immediately apparent in the entry, with its striking oval, light cove, which leads to a large gathering space, punctuated by hidden light sources and curved, sculptural cabinetry designed by our firm.

Photography by Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin is featured in our images of this apartment.