Ana María Hernando, an Argentinian based in Colorado, is a multidisciplinary artist interested in making the invisible visible. She has a BFA from CCA in Oakland, CA, and studied at the Museum School in Boston, MA, Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes P. Pueyrredón, and has a BA from the Profesorado Eccleston in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Solo shows include MCA Denver, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, BMoCA, International Center of Bethlehem, Oklahoma and Marfa Contemporary, and CU Art Museum. She has done temporary public art for the City of Boulder, Downtown Denver, and ReCall for Redline. Hernando has made several prints with master printmaker Bud Shark of Shark’s Ink. Her work has been included in several publications. She is the recipient of the Prix Henry Clews 2020 from La Napoule Art Foundation, and is spending 2020 working on a major solo show at their Chateau in France. She is also working towards a solo show for the Denver Botanic Gardens for 2021. Undomesticated, a documentary about her work premiered in May of 2018.
Image courtesy of the artist & La Napoule Art Foundation.
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