Alannah Farrell

Alannah Farrell (b.1988, Kingston, NY) is a queer painter who lives and works in the East Village, NewYork, NY. They grew up in a rural hamlet in upstate NY, cast in the shadow of a rocky household, raised by two outside-the-system creative parents. They began undergraduate studies at The Cooper Union, NewYork, NY, receiving their BFA in 2010. Their work was previously exhibited at The Painting Center, New York, NY (solo); Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York, NY (solo); Ghost Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; and Brilliant Champions, Brooklyn, NY, among others.

Their work centers around a humanistic celebration of the individuals in their community, a predominantly queer creative community in NYC, by exposing the personal struggles, uncertainties, intimate moments, and triumphs they face.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019, Alannah Farrell: Worlds without rooms, The Painting Center, Soho, New York, USA

Selected Group Exhibitions

ONLINE: 2020, Alannah Farrell: A Night In June, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, Lower East Side, NewYork, USA

2019, Paraíso Perdido, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, Lower East Side, New York, USA

2018, Juxtapositions, The Painting Center, Soho, New York, USA

 

Alannah Farrell

Sleep Paralysis, 2019

Oil on linen

14 x 11 inches

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Alannah Farrell

Mulberry Street (Coke and Flowers), 2019

Oil on linen

14 x 11 inches

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Alannah Farrell

Avenue B, 2019

Oil on linen

14 x 11 inches

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Alannah Farrell

Hang in There, 2020

Colored pencil on paper

9 x 12 inches

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