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Alannah Farrell’s Worlds Without Rooms at The Painting Center

The Painting Center presents ‘Worlds Without Rooms’, the first solo exhibition for New York-based artist Alannah Farrell, running from March 26th to April 20th, 2019.

Worlds Without Rooms features over a dozen paintings of the artist’s close-knit community of friends in their interior spaces. Each painting illustrates personal struggles and victories for the sitters. Some are undoubtedly connected to the careers that are a source of income for them and therefore their security lies in these spaces. Many are working in creative fields, or odd jobs to make ends meet. Although their worlds are personal to them, Farrell introduces us to them intimately, either in imagined or actual spaces.

About the Artist:

Alannah Farrell (b.1988, Kingston, New York) lives and works in New York City’s East Village. She earned her BFA at The Cooper Union and has been a member of the Painting Center since 2017. This is her first solo exhibition at the Painting Center. Previously, Farrell was included in notable group exhibitions such as “Mutual Aid” (2018) at Kent State University’s new William J. and Pearl F. Lemmon Visiting Artist Gallery and “American Architecture in Drawing” (2016) at the King’s College Chapel in London. She has been included in articles in ArtForum, Juxtapoz, and Italian Vogue, among others.

Directions: 547 West 27th Street, Suite 500 (5th Floor), New York.Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

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