An interesting article covering Ann's art when it was exhibited at the Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, WI.
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.
Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin participated in an opening of Wendy Frieze's gallery.
Message from LensCulture to Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin:
"Congratulations! One of the photos you entered has been selected by our editors to be featured in the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017 Competition Gallery, visible to everyone who visits the website. The Competition Gallery is a highly curated group of images selected by our editors to showcase only the best photos from entrants, so this is great news."
Here is the photo:
Black & White - Single Image Contest 2017
Congratulations! Your entry in the BLACK & WHITE Single Image Contest 2017 has been selected for a Single Image Award, which means that one (or more) of your images will be published in the Special Issue #119 of BLACK & WHITE magazine scheduled to arrive on newsstands mid-December. You can be confident your work stood out in a way that deserved this special attention. Once again, congratulations!
Congratulations from all of us at Black & White
Natural light spills through the tall windows of the Quarter Gallery and a photo of a forest comes to life. It’s as if the light bursting through the trees is not a captured reflection of old light, instead beaming from some sun behind the manicured, white wall.
This is the effect of Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin’s aluminum prints.
Traffic Zone Spring Open Studios
Saturday, May 7, 2016, 5:30-9:30 PM
250 Third Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55401, Suite 110
IN THEIR ELEMENT - Artists Inspired by Earth, Air, Water & Fire: Contemporary contemplation of the classic elements
February 1 - May 15, 2016 - Reception: Friday, April 15, 5:30-7:30PM
University of St. Thomas, St. Paul - O'Shaughnessy Educational Center lobby gallery
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC