Anna Hoberman 

Is an artist and printmaker living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Anna completed 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, and The Pratt Institute. 

Solo Exhibitions


  • STAND4 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Collaborative Reading Space. Curated by John Ros

Group Exhibitions


  • Schafler Gallery / Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY,  Fine Arts Faculty/Staff Exhibition: Part One. Curated by Kyle Staver


  • Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City, NY. UnEditioned. Juror: Katie Michel, Founder & Director, Planthouse Gallery, New York City
  • STAND4 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. A Degree of Uncertainty: Small Works Group Exhibition and Fundraiser.  Curated by Jeannine Bardo.  


  • William Paterson University Galleries, Wayne, NJ. Ink, Press, Repeat: National Juried Printmaking and Book Art Exhibition. Curated by Ruth Lingen
  • Big Medium Gallery, Austin TX. PrintAustin: The Contemporary Print 2020. Curated by Claudia Zapata 


  • Project Space Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY. Brooklyn College Printmaking Faculty and Staff Exhibition
  • International Print Center New York, New York City, NY.  Published by the Artist
  • Line Press LTD, Brooklyn, NY. Behind the Roller: Featuring the Womxn Printers of NYC
  • International Print Center New York, New York City, NY - Pulled in Brooklyn


  • Site: Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY. 4th Annual Hand Pulled Prints: Current Practice in Printmaking. Curated by Jennifer Melby
  • The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA. 92nd Annual International Competition. 


  • Silvermine Art Center, New Canaan, CT. Big Impression, Small Presses: The Small Independent Print Shop International
  • International Print Center New York, New York City, NY. Idols and Impossible Structures


  • Sluice Art Fair, Bargehouse, London, UK
  • Savery Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.  Pressure Points


  • Show Room Gallery, New York City, NY. 12 (twelve) noun /ˈtwɛlv/ is the natural number following 11 and preceding 13 Brooklyn College Thesis Show, Curated by Rachel Gugelberger
  • Project Space Brooklyn College, Brooklyn NY. You Are Here


  • Nudashank Gallery, Baltimore, MD. Black Foliage
  • Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY.  Contact + Exchange 
  • Gallery 1010, Knoxville, TN. Out of Frame, Off the Wall 
  • Project Space Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY. Indefinite Whole 
  • Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY. Lucky Draw
  • Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


  • Bowery Poetry Club, New York, NY
  • Tamarind Institute Workshop, Albuquerque, NM. More Edge


  • 5th International Printmaking Biennial of Douro, Alijo, Portugal

Curatorial Projects and Committees

  • Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Residency. Selection Committee member.  2019 
  • Record KeepersDuke Hall Gallery of Fine Art - James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. Visiting Lecturer and exhibition co-curator. 2018

Awards and Residency 

  • Working Title Press Residency - OCAD University, Toronto, Canada. Visiting Artist and Printer. 2014
  • Deans List Recipient - Brooklyn College: Masters of Fine Arts. 2013
  • Cerf Award - Brooklyn College: MFA Department. 2013
  • Island Press Residency - Washington University, St. Louis, MO. Assistant to master printer Tom Reed printing for visiting artist: Anne Hamilton and Trenton Doyle Hancock
  • Honors Award Recipient - Skidmore College Art Department. 2005

Publications and Writings 

  • Just a Snootful: Ted Gahl & Katherine Bradford at Tim's Used Books, Provinctown, MA Exhibition review for GalleryELL.  2015
  • The Brooklyn Review, Volume 30 – 2014
  • Studio VisitMagazine, Volume 17 - Spring 2012 
  • Tea PartyMagazine, Issue # 18 – June 2009      

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