The Art Newspaper ADAA's Art Show misses Armory week crowds, but focused displays of challenging works still prove popularFebruary, 2018
Anglim Gilbert, presenting Lynn Hershman Leeson, took the concept of rediscovery literally: the drawings and collages on view, among the artist’s earliest, had been forgotten, packed away in storage until recently... “They wanted me to show drawings,” Leeson says. “Sound, I thought, was a bit like a drawing, a wave in space. They said, ‘Media doesn’t belong in a museum.’”
Huffington Post Critics' Pick: Badass Joan Brown: Smoking and Swimming in San FranciscoDecember, 2016
There is something at once tough and vulnerable in Brown’s paintings and drawings that are currently on view in “Presence Known” at the Anglim Gilbert Gallery’s new Minnesota Street Project location in San Francisco. It is as if the cartoonish quality, bright palette and unfinished lines are somehow unable to disguise the seriousness of her painting.
The San Francisco Chronicle Appreciation: The irreplaceable Paule AnglimApril, 2015
Gallery proprietors will characteristically greet a visitor with expressions of enthusiasm for what they happen to have on show, but in this respect Paule Anglim was different. Her enthusiasm, though voiced quietly, would purr with commitment to the work she presented and the artist behind it.