Ana María Hernando
April 26, 2019
about the artist:
Ana María Hernando is a multidisciplinary artist, with a passion for calling forward what is lightest in us.
Solo shows include MCA Denver, the Tweed Museum of Art, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Bmoca in Boulder, International Center of Bethlehem, Oklahoma and Marfa Contemporary, Denver Botanic Gardens, and CU Art Museum. She has done temporary public art for the City of Boulder and ReCall for Redline at the Land Library, in collaboration with poet and musician Kenneth Robinson. She is also a poet and translator, and has performed with Robinson their poetry in English and Spanish. Ana María has done several prints through the years with master printmaker Bud Shark of Shark’s Ink in Lyons, CO, completing the last pair in March of 2019. At the moment she is working on a temporary public piece for Downtown Denver that will open in the summer of 2019. She has received the Prix de LaNapoule 2020, and will spend next year working and putting together a major solo show at the foundation’s gardens in France.
Undomesticated, a new documentary about her work premiered in May of 2018. Her work has been included in several publications, and in 2017 CU Art Museum published a full catalogue dedicated to Ana’s work.