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Judy Hoffman
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Gowanus



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Judy Hoffman
www.judyhoffman.info

SELECTED SOLO AND TWO ARTIST EXHIBITIONS
2012 New Taxonomies, Art Sites, Riverhead, NY
2007 Upsurgea, Space Gallery, NYC
2005 Off Spring, Ceres Gallery, NYC
2003 Judy Hoffman/Michael McGillis, Mary Grove College, Detroit, MI
2002 Ground Springs, Ceres Gallery, NYC
1999 Fertile Ground, Ceres Gallery, NYC
1997 Growing Wild: Unexpected Journeys With Nature, Ceres Gallery, NYC
1993 Gratitude to the Sea, Ceres Gallery, NYC

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS WITH SITE SPECIFIC SCULPTURE INSTALLATIONS
2009 Natural History, Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY
2008 Sustaining Visions: A Tribute To Arlene Raven, Lemmerman
Gallery, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ
2005 Bringing Nature Indoors, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
(re)-creation, Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT
2004 Reduce/Reuse/Re-examine, Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery, Bronx, NY
Live From New York! Bienalle Bonn / Frauen Museum, Bonn, Germany
Messing Around, Nurtureart, Brooklyn, NY
2003 Cave, Abrons Art Center, NYC
2002 Interactive Elements, Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY
Flowering Wind, New Visions Garden, Brooklyn, NY
2000 Silver Select, Abrons Art Center, NYC
1999 Available Space, Mills Pond House, St. James, NY
1998 The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum of It’s Parts, Kunstlerforum, Bonn, Germany

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015 Kriegssocken und Peacemakerinnen, Museum Frauenkultur, Fürth,Germany
Natural Allusions, Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Washington, D.C.
2013 Beyond Natural, UNT Gallery, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
Un/Natural Occurrences, Central Booking, NYC
2011 Women of the Book, Park School, Baltimore, MD
2009 beyondWORDS, The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and
Sciences, Long Beach Island, NJ
2007 Singular Objects, Brooklyn College Library, Brooklyn, NY
Suellen Glashausser and Her Circles, Alexander Library, Special Collections, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ,
2006 Unstitched Unbound: Imprints for Change, Nathan Cummings
Foundation, NYC
Library, Proteus Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY
2005 Under the Rainbow, Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
Detritavores, John Cotton Dana Library, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ
Women of the Book, Futernick Art Gallery, Miami, FL
2004 The Matza Files, NYC
Books, Fishtank Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Inspired by Nature: The Art of the Natural History Book, Rhode
Island School of Design Library, Providence, RI
2003 Beyond the Page: 3D & the Artist’s Book, Kentler International
Drawing Center and Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, NY
Paper: The Art and Craft, Gallery 401, Providence, RI
Words on Fire, Starr Gallery, Newton Center, MA
Women of the Book, Purdue University, IN
2001 Juncture, Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, NYC
Codex Eclectic, Donnell Library, NYC
2000 Made in Bookland, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
Unbound: Reshaping Artist’s Books, Abrons Art Center, NYC
Women of the Book, Florida Atlantic Library, Boca Raton, FL;
Brattleboro Museum of Art, Brattleboro, VT; Southwest Missouri
State University; Springfield, MO
1999 Artists in Purgatory, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
Women of the Book, Janice Charach Epstein Museum,
W. Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA
The Sense of Touch, Western Wyoming Community College, Rock Springs, WY
1998 Books!Donnell Library, NYC
Book/Art/Book, Houston Public Library, Houston, TX
1996 People, Places, Things, N.Y. Studio School, NYC
1995 Global Focus, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Beijing, China
1993 Paper – The Essential Material; Selected Book Projects at Dieu
Donne Papermill
, HarperCollins Publishers, NYC
1992 Selections 92: The Center for Book Arts, Philadelphia Print Club
Philadelphia, PA.
1989/90 On the Move, Metropolitan Transit AuthorityArts for Transit, NYC

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Schneider, Michaela, “Das Wiederaneignen Der Wahreheit”, essay in Kriegssocken und Peacemakerinnen catalogue, Museum Frauenkultur Furth, Germany. page 139-143. 2015
Jenkins, Mark, “Rooted in Nature But Not Always Natural”, Washington Post, Washington, D.C. March 6, 2015
Hatchadoorian, Lisa, “Beyond Natural” essay, University of N. Texas Gallery, UNT, Denton, TX.
Goldstein, Andrew, “Gallery Dedicated to Book Art Opens in Brooklyn”, Art Newspaper, October 5, 2009 http://www.theartnewspaper.com
Rosenberg, Maddy, “The Artistbook Library” Umbrella, October, 2006
Powhide, William, “Under the Rainbow”, Brooklyn Rail, June 5, 2005
Zimmer, William, “Transforming Life’s Debris”, New York Times, May 2, 2004
Mecklenburg, C., “Trummer des Alltags”, General Anzeiger,(Bonn, Germany),June 23, 2004
DeCreeft, D.M., “Reduce/Reuse/Reexamine”, Artezine, Nov. 2004, #11
Seaberg, Libby, Sculpture Magazine, July/August, 2003, photo and review
Kallery, Christina, “Nature and Un-nature”, Metrotimes/Detroit, Sept.16, 2003, photo/review
Cohen, Keri Guten, “Sculptors Make Case for Nature”, Detroit Free Press, Oct. 5, 2003
Harrison, Helen A., “Interactive Elements”, New York Times, April 14, 2002
Everett, Deborah, “Made in Bookland”, New York Arts, May, 2000
Harrison, Helen A., “Looking to the Real in a Quest for Beauty”, NY Times, May 9, 1999
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices”, April 22, 1997
Dunning, Jennifer, New York Times, April 15, 1997
Tobias, Anne, “ Growing Wild”, exhibition catalogue, Ceres Gallery, 1997
Robins, Corrine, “Gratitude to the Sea”, exhibition catalogue, Ceres Gallery, 1993

PUBLICATIONS
Hoffman, Judy, “Growing Wild”, Hand Papermaking, Winter 1999, cover article & photos

TELEVISION/ RADIO /VIDEO DOCUMENTARIES
The Outdoors Come Inside for the Holiday At The Wave Hill Cultural Center,
Stephanie Simon, New York 1 News, interview, December 12, 2005
Deutsche Welle radio, Koln, Germany, interview, May 1998
New Yorkers, NHK broadcasting; nationwide Japanese television, May,1997
Lynda LaVergne, New York Living, New York Channel 1, April 6, 1994

COLLECTIONS
Yale Museum , New Haven, CT
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Alan Chasanoff Bookworks Collection, NYC
Special Collections/Art of the Book, Yale University Library, New Haven, CT
Special Collections, Rhode Island School of Design Library, Providence, RI
Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami, FL.
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Public Library of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Special Collections, Long Island University Library, Brooklyn, NY

GRANTS
2001 Brooklyn Arts Council, sculpture grant
East New York Sculpture Garden, sculpture grant
1999 Women’s Studio Workshop Anniversary Grant/New York State
Council on the Arts

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
2008 Artist Panel, Sustaining Vision: A Tribute to Arlene Raven, New
Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ
2006 Artist Panel, Unstitched, Unbound: Imprints for Change,
Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC
2005 Featured Speaker, New Jersey Book Arts Symposium, Rutgers
University, Newark, NJ
2004 Artist Talk, San Diego Book Arts Association, San Diego, CA
2001 Artist Panel, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Rowan
College, Glassboro, NJ
2000 Artist Talk, Queens Museum, NYC
Artist Talk, Brooklyn Historical Society
Artist Talk, Lower Eastside Print Shop, NYC
1999 Artist Talk, Graduate Art Department, City College, NYC
Papermaking workshop, Dieu Donne Papermill, NYC

EDUCATION
New York Studio School of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture, NYC
Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa. B.A. Art with honors. Phi Beta Kappa

 








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