Adjunct Professor - CCE
Anne Gilman is a Brooklyn-based artist whose large-scale drawings and multi-media projects map information, thought, and emotion.
Gilman’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including solo exhibitions “Up close/ in the distance/ now” at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center outside of Detroit; “In any one day, how all the things get mixed together” at Five Points Center for the Visual Arts in Torrington/CT; and “Descifrar: to decipher, decode, figure out” at Instituto Cervantes in NYC where she created a floor drawing onsite incorporating noise, conversations, and interactions with visitors as part of the work; and at Casa Cristo (de Luís Barragán) in Guadalajara/Mexico; Galería Raúl Martínez in Havana/Cuba; and group shows at Lesley Heller Gallery/NYC; Central Features Contemporary Art, Albuquerque/NM; Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville/ NY; New Orleans Center for Creative Arts; Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington/DE; Azerbaijan Museum, Baku/Azerbaijan; and Cité Internationale des Arts /Paris.
Gilman has received fellowships from MacDowell, the Edward Albee Foundation, Chenven Foundation and the Cultural Space Studio Program. Her work has been featured in Hyperallergic, Art Spiel, Bomb Magazine, Vasari21, Guernica Magazine, and is in the collections of The National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Brooklyn Museum, New York Public Library, Azerbaijan Museum, and The Library of Congress. Her next solo exhibition “At the still point of the turning world” is in September/2021 at Anne Reid Gallery in Princeton, New Jersey.
B.F.A., State University of New York at New Paltz; M.F.A., Brooklyn College.