White Room: Annie Pearlman

June 4–July 16, 2016 320 West 13th Street White Room
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016

White Columns is proud to present “Rarea” a solo exhibition by the New York-based artist Annie Pearlman. Pearlman’s exhibition comprises of a group of recent paintings of abstracted exterior and interior spaces. Often hallucinatory or dream-like, the spaces described in Pearlman’s paintings are liminal (Pearlman is interested in topographies found at the edges – or margins – of urban communities.) Influenced by cinema – Pearlman studied film as an undergraduate, and she currently works as a music supervisor for films and television – the terrains in her work are as much psychological as physical; consequently, her paintings describe a state of mind as much as they allude to a specific sense of place.

Annie Pearlman received a BFA in Film from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2003. Her work has been included in recent exhibtions at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York; Shoot The Lobster, New York; and CANADA, New York; among others.

Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016
Annie Pearlman, installation view, 2016