Annie Bielski, Flower Bench II, 2020, wood, recycled polyester batting, ABS plastic, canvas, cotton, thread, acrylic, latex, paracord, hardware, 14.5 x 47 x 50 inches

Annie Bielski

ANNIE BIELSKI (b. 1990 in Toledo, OH) is an artist, writer, and performer. Bielski’s paintings, sculpture, and video have been exhibited at SEPTEMBER (Hudson, NY), NADA (New York, NY), Burning in Water (New York, NY), Paris London Hong Kong (Chicago, IL), High Tide (Philadelphia, PA), Motel (Brooklyn, NY), Lodos Gallery (Mexico City, MEXICO), The Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (Portland, OR), University of Buffalo (NYC, forthcoming), among other places. Bielski has performed at SEPTEMBER, The Spotty Dog, The Museum of Modern Art, Coustof Waxman, Allen & Eldridge, Rachel Uffner Gallery, CANADA, and elsewhere. Bielski was the Artist-in-Residence at Basilica Back Gallery, August 2018. She has collaborated with musician Jenny Hval and performed across the US and Europe. Her work and performances have been covered by Art News, Hyperallergic, MTV, The New York Times, among others. She received a BFA with an emphasis in Painting and Drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her MFA at University at Buffalo (SUNY) where she also taught. Bielski lives and works in Albuquerque, NM.

Annie Bielski, Moonflower, 2021, acrylic, oil stick, and cotton thread on sewn canvas, silk, and polyester, 65 x 60 x 3 inches

Annie Bielski, Stars in pocket, 2021, acrylic, marker on Arches cotton paper, 16 x 12 inches

Annie Bielski, Pile of riches, 2020, cotton bedsheet, bleach, acrylic, spray paint, wax crayon, thread on sewn canvas, 65 x 60 inches

Annie Bielski, CLEARANCE cargo shirt #6, August 18, 2018

Annie Bielski, Ice cream licker (after Nancy), 2018, metal brochure rack, silk, extension cord, cotton thread, acrylic, canvas, 54.5 x 18 x 14 inches

Annie Bielski, Sway Bar Blues (after Bernadette), 2017, acrylic, wax, graphite, cotton thread, canvas, 65 x 60 inches

Annie Bielski, Hot Spring, 2017, acrylic, graphite, latex on Arches cold pressed paper, 12 x 16 inches