Luis Perelman Resume

Born: New York City 

Education: Columbia University School of Architecture. MS Architecture, 1965 


Solo Exhibitions: 

Yonkers Riverfront Gallery - 2016 
O.K. Harris, New York City. 2003 
Upstream Gallery, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. 2001 to 2021 
Atlantic Gallery, New York City. 1994 
J. Eisenberg Gallery, New York City. 1967 

Selected Group Exhibitions: 

Katonah Museum, Katonah, New York, 2018- Signals 
Katonah Museum, Katonah, New York, 2015 – Line Describing a Cone 
Katonah Museum, Katonah, New York, Summer, 2014 – Featured Artist 
O’Silas Gallery, Bronxville, New York, 2012 – Journey of Faith, Journey of Peace 
ArtsWestchester, White Plains, New York, 2012 – Putting it Together 
ArtsWestchester, White Plains, New York, 2009 – Hanging by a Thread 
Blue Door Art Center, Yonkers, New York – 2009 to 2021 – Multiple exhibitions 
GAGA Arts Center, Garnerville, New York, 2007 Looking at the Big Picture 
Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York. 2006 The Collection of a Lifetime: 103 Artists from the Roy R. Neuberger Collection 
Rockland Center for the Arts, Nyack, New York. 2005 Red is Everywhere 
Imaging Arts, Tappan, New York. 2005 Photography: Origins to Now 
The Studio Annex, New York. 2005 Fiber Metal Paint 
The Studio, Armonk, New York. 2004, 2005 Winter Solstice II,III 
Whitney Museum. New York. 2001 Highlights from the Permanent Collection, Pollock to Today 
Concordia Gallery, Bronxville, New York. 2000 Studies for Sculpture 
Creiger-Dane Gallery, Boston. 1995 
Atlantic Gallery, New York City. 1991, 1992, 1993 
Silvermine Gallery, Norwalk, Connecticut. 1989 
Allan Stone Gallery, New York City. 1974, 1975 
Whitney Museum, New York City. 1967 
Multiples Gallery, New York City. 1967 

Work also shown and represented 

Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York. 1965 
Harkas Krakow Gallery, Boston. 1966 
Leo Castelli Gallery, New York City. 1964 to 1967 
O. K. Harris Gallery, New York City. 1969 to 1972 
PMW Gallery, Stamford, Connecticut. 1989 

Selected Collections: 

Arman Armand Bartos 
Leo Castelli 
Phillip Johnson 
Honolulu Museum of 
Art Museo di Pietrabbondante, Isernia, Italy 
Neuberger Museum 
Alfonso Ossorio 
I.M. Pei 
Whitney Museum of American Art