Anne Gilman is a Brooklyn-based artist who does large installation drawings and artist book projects.
work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Latin America, Europe and the United States including Mexico, Havana, Berlin, Paris, Chicago and New York.
Publications include Gilman's artist book, Bordes deshilachados/Frayed Edges, released by Ediciones Vigia, in Matanzas, Cuba, and the zines Nishtugadacht, Contra el mal de ojo and Don't Lose Heart.
work is in public and private collections in London, Spain, Australia, Cuba, Mexico, and the United States and she
has been the subject of interviews on Cuban national television during a solo exhibition in Havana.
A survey of her
work from the last ten years, Observations, errors, and corrections, was held this past fall at Mansfield University
She will be an upcoming, featured artist at the Center For Book Arts with her project The Jolly Balance in April and her next solo show, Paper Line Edit opens March 3rd at University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
was a recipient of a 2010 Fellowship from the Edward Albee Foundation
was awarded a MacDowell Fellowship for December 2011 - January 2012.