Joel Perlman: 50th Reunion Sculptures

Joel Perlman (B.F.A. ’65)
Joel Perlman (B.F.A. ’65), during an exhibition of his work in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld
Work by Joel Perlman
Perlman's sculpture in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld
Exhibit of Joel Perlman's sculpture
Perlman's sculpture in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld
Joel Perlman (B.F.A. ’65), during an exhibition of his work in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld Perlman's sculpture in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld Perlman's sculpture in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. AAP / William Staffeld

Created in time for the artist's 50th reunion, a collection of pedestal-size bronze sculptures by Joel Perlman (B.F.A. '65) were displayed in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. Perlman studied sculpture at Cornell with now-emeritus professor Jack Squier, who was appointed Professor of Sculpture in 1965. A show of Squier's work can be viewed at The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art through the end of August. 

Perlman is a recipient of the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment of the Arts Fellowships, and a Pollack-Krasner Grant. His work is included in major museums, including at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Recently, Perlman was appointed to the AAP Advisory Council. He is represented by the Loretta Howard Gallery on West 26th Street in New York City. More information and photos on Perlman's work can be found at the artist's website.