Anne Gilman

20 Jay Street, Suite 207

Anne Gilman is a Brooklyn-born artist whose large-scale drawings and multi-panel projects map information, thought and emotion. Current projects include scrolls made on mulberry paper and works mixing layers of pigment, text and ink.

Gilman’s work has been shown nationally and internationally and she has received fellowships and awards from the Edward Albee Foundation, The MacDowell Colony, Chenven Foundation and Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy Program for her commitment to community outreach. Her work has been featured in Hyperallergic, Art Spiel, Bomb Magazine, Guernica Magazine, and Publishing Perspectives 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 artist book, “this place/this hour,” will be included in an exhibition later this year commemorating the 200th anniversary of Walt Whitman and will be available for viewing during Dumbo Open Studios. She currently teaches printmaking and thesis in the graduate program at Pratt Institute.

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