novum (Germany, 2016)
Selected Magazine Features
Selected Newspaper Features
miss Johns's spectacular new bronze 0-9, Anselm Kiefer's fantastical collage,
or the gorgeous swirling piece by newcomer Mia Pearlman.
Jerry Saltz, NEW YORK MAGAZINE
few works are as dynamic as Mia Pearlman’s “Inrush”
— whorls of white paper that descend on the gallery with gale force
from a recessed window. The installation brings to mind Hokusai’s
“Sudden Gust of Wind,” as well as the chilling paper storm
Karen Rosenberg, NEW YORK TIMES
|The best pieces, notably Mia Pearlman’s crashing waves of cut and painted paper in the windows, dig into the connection between creation and destruction. Vince Aletti, THE NEW YORKER>|
Pearlman's cut-paper "HEMITROPE" is a fantastic, cyclonic structure
bursting off the wall.
Cate McQuaid, BOSTON GLOBE
|Among the impressive, mesmerizing works in the show [is] Mia Pearlman's smoky, swirling Inrush. NEW YORK MAGAZINE>|
Pearlman’s extremely detailed atmospheric charcoal and graphite
drawings of swirling cloud formations allude to different kinds of weather.
Ms. Pearlman takes something relatively mundane and presents it in a way
that is transfixing.
Benjamin Gennochio, NEW YORK TIMES
sheer architectural scale of some of the paper installations is staggering:
Mia Pearlman's work, for example, exhibits a level
of dynamism and force that is somewhat unexpected in such a humble material.
Amber Bravo, GRAFIK MAGAZINE
sculptor Mia Pearlman puts a shine on her art at Urban Glass.
NEW YORK POST>
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