Danni Parelman

Bio

Danni  Parelman’s work is influenced by a lifelong fascination with the esoteric. She explores imagery that stems from an evaluation of one’s own idiosyncrasies. The repetitive mark­making and heavy layering are  suited to the investigation of individuals’ rituals and habits, and the subsequent formation of outlying groups and subcultures. The fastidious process reveals the artist’s conscious immersion into the isolated and even paranoid state that is sometimes self­imposed, sometimes part of a greater social context. Parelman is a Kansas City, Missouri native who graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking, with a focus in stone lithography. She currently lives and works in Kansas City, Missouri.

Solo Exhibitions

2013 Big, Windhorse Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

2011 Mercy Seat Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

2010 DeBoss Gallery, INKubator Press, Kansas City, Missouri 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015  You People, Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, MO (details)

2014  The Call is Coming from Inside the House, Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center, Chicago, Illinois

2013  Repetition, City Ice Arts Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

2011  Paranoia, Windhorse Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

2010  New Contemporaries, Invitational Exhibition, Gelman Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design

2010  Senior Degree Project Exhibition, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design

2009  Collaborative Study Project Exhibition, Benson Hall Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design

2008  Sophomore Group Exhibition, Benson Hall Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design

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