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HF in “Climate of New York” at Milton Art Bank

Hermine Ford, Milton Art Bank, Andrew Arnot, Rudy Burckhardt, Matt Freedman, Gary Gissler, Becky Kinder, Denise Kupferschmidt, Ian Pedigo, Jude Tallichet, Milton, PA

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HF presents mini-retrospective at 57W57Arts

Hermine Ford, 57W57Arts

Hermine Ford, 57W57Arts

57W57Arts is pleased to present an exhibition in our main gallery “Hermine Ford: 8 Paintings, 2 Drawings, 1995-2017” May 6-June 6. Having widely exhibited her work nationally and internationally since the 1970’s, Ford has generated an extensive oeuvre bound by a compelling visual vocabulary. The underlying theme in her work is nature, including scientific inquiry, and how culture is informed by the nebulous push and pull of the past across time and space. Continue Reading →

HF featured on Gorky’s Granddaughter

Hermine Ford, Gorkys Granddaughter

Featured on the February 2017 edition of Gorky’s Granddaughter, founders Christopher Joy and Zachary Keeting discuss art making techniques and thoughts with Hermine Ford. Continue Reading →

M/E/A/N/I/N/G: The Final Issue on A Year of Positive Thinking-7

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The first issue of M/E/A/N/I/N/G: A Journal of Contemporary Art Issues, was published in December 1986. M/E/A/N/I/N/G is a collaboration between two artists, Susan Bee and Mira Schor, both painters with expanded interests in writing and politics, and an extended community of artists, art critics, historians, theorists, and poets, whom we sought to engage in discourse and to give a voice to. Read More >

1970’s: 9 Women and Abstraction curated by Dr Barbara Stehle

Zurcher Gallery, Hermine Ford

Zürcher Gallery 33 Bleecker Street, NYC

Opening Wednesday, November 16, 6-8pm

November 17-December 22, 2016

Zurcher Gallery, Hermine Ford

HF interviewed in New York Studio Conversations

Hermine Ford, Stephanie Buhmann, In Conversation, New York Studio Conversations, interview

Hermine Ford, Stephanie Buhmann, In ConversationNew York Studio Conversations presents a series of sixteen interviews with female artists conducted by the art historian Stephanie Buhmann. Looking for an approach beyond the mainstream media coverage of the art market, Buhmann visited the artists in their studios and gained insights in this intimate space of artistic practices. All based in New York, the artists represent a wide range of different styles and media.

New York Studio Conversations uncovers their artistic practices and creative approaches as well as philosophy, sources of inspiration, and personal stories. Continue Reading →

“In Conversation” opens at Columbia University

Hermine Ford, Columbia University, In Conversation, Stephanie Buhmann
Hermine Ford, Columbia University, In Conversation, Stephanie Buhmann

Detail: Hermine Ford, “Broken Dreams 51 Pieces,” 2016, Oil on muslin on wood, actual size: 133 x 47 in.

New York, NY-The Macy Art Gallery at Columbia University is pleased to present IN CONVERSATION curated by Stephanie Buhmann. The exhibition opens Thursday, March 10 and will be on view through March 31.

IN CONVERSATION is inspired by a series of interviews with female artists, which were conducted by the art historian Stephanie Buhmann between January 2013 and December 2015. Looking for an approach beyond the mainstream media coverage of the art market, Buhmann visited the artists in their studios and gained insights in this intimate space of artistic practices. Artists include: Polly Apfelbaum, Hermine Ford, Tara Geer, Laura J. Gerlach, Jacqueline Gourevitch, Joyce Kozloff, Kathleen Kucka, Melissa Meyer, Luisa Rabbia, and Jennifer Riley. Continue Reading →

“Ulterior Motif” features new work by HF

Hermine Ford, painting
Hermine Ford, painting

Hermine Ford, TWOSOME , 2015, Oil on cotton muslin on shaped panel, 42 x 61 in.

New York, NY – The Painting Center is pleased to announce a new exhibition titled Ulterior Motif. Curated by Naomi Cohn, the exhibition features thirteen artists who explore the language of pattern and art. This exhibition reassesses and repositions ornamental pattern as a primary carrier of meaning in a contemporary context. The Painting Center is located at The Painting Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit exhibition space located at 547 West 27th Street, Suite 500, New York, NY, 10001. Exhibition dates are November 24, 2015 – December 19, 2015. Continue Reading →

Studio Visit: Hermine Ford’s order and disruption

Hermine Ford, Two Coats of Paint, interview, studio visit

Hermine Ford, Two Coats of Paint, interview, studio visit

Contributed by Jonathan Stevenson / Hermine Ford’s Tribeca loft, which she and her husband, painter Robert Moskovitz, purchased decades ago, comprises their home and her studio. The space radiates art. Her father was abstract expressionist Jack Tworkov, and the living room’s centerpiece is a magisterial Tworkov painting. The adjacent studio, though, is strictly Ford’s domain. Innovative and expansive on multiple levels – line, color, shape, surface – her own work is uniquely prepossessing and only rewards further contemplation. Building irregularly shaped, sometimes even jagged, oil paintings from exquisite smaller watercolor studies (one is pictured above), Ford forges subtle connections that may at first seem fanciful, yet are grounded in real-world blessings and fears. Read Full Article Here >

“In Conversation” curated by Stephanie Buhmann features new work by HF

Hermine Ford, pattern, mosaic

Hermine Ford, pattern, mosaic

Hermine Ford Untitled (346-14), 2014, oil on cotton muslin on shaped panel, 47 x 65 x 3/4 in.

NEW YORK, NY ­— IN CONVERSATION is a diverse group exhibition inspired by a series of recent studio interviews including the artists featured. It will open on Wednesday, May 20, 2015, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center at Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY and run through August 1. A related panel discussion is scheduled for June 10. Continue Reading →