White Room: Annie PearlmanJune 4–July 16, 2016 320 West 13th Street White Room
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.