Anna Hoberman: Collaborative Reading Space
curated by Curator-in-Residence, john ros

April 9 — May 22, 2021
Opening Reception: Friday, April 9th, 7-9PM
Zoom Gallery Talk: Saturday, April 24th, 4PM

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Anna Hoberman
Invisible Man. P. 208-209, 2020
Lithography, Monotype and Stencil on Paper
Edition of 5; 1/5 Framed

PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF THIS PIECE WILL GO TO BLACK ART LIBRARY


Collaborative Reading Space is an installation by Anna Hoberman consisting of a community reading room accompanied with a printed edition of twelve books, (their covers, two annotated pages and in a few cases, their spines). The reading space will contain a library of texts as an interactive element of the experience, allowing participants to leave marks and notes upon the shelved collection of volumes. Community members will also be encouraged to check out books, or donate a volume to give readers the chance to experience their own unique perspective or research and to expand the archived library.  The artist will keep “library hours” on certain open Saturdays, to further engage with the community.

Anna Hoberman is an artist and printmaker living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Anna completed an undergraduate degree study at Skidmore College and the Glasgow School of Art and received an MFA in Printmaking from Brooklyn College. Anna also attended the Tamarind Institute for professional printer training in lithography and has assisted at several printshops including: Island Press, Solo Impression, Milestone Graphics, Deb Chaney Editions and The Lower East Side Printshop. In addition to running her own contract shop, Afternoon Editions, Anna is an adjunct instructor of printmaking at New York University, Parsons – The New School, Brooklyn College and The Pratt Institute.
annahoberman.com / afternooneditions.com