Francine Perlman has been exhibiting her works on paper, sculpture, constructions, and installations, since 1985. In 2020 her full series Intersections was shown at Midoma Gallery in Manhattan. Most recent are her monotypes. Her “book work” Story of the Sea, viscosity monotypes on Japanese paper in a wood structure, was exhibited in 2019 in “Endangered Earth”. Her work Doors Open/Doors Close (January 2017), addressing domestic violence, was cited in Arnet News, first as one of eight editors’ picks for must-see in New York, and a week later, one of the five must-see Feminist art exhibitions in NY. Her large outdoor sculptures in The Farm Project, in Garrison, NY, were featured in press coverage in both 2014 and 2015. During 2012, she filled a card catalog drawer with 300 tiny drawings and collages for Alternet, a collaboration with 75 other artists, a project of artist Carla Rae Johnson. She is now at work on another Johnson collaboration, Arc of the Viral Universe, a book of 180 pages of drawings and text, and another “book work” addressing the loss of indigenous communities and languages through unchecked land encroachment.