Charlie White creates photographs, animations, and films that linger in the exaggerated realm of consumerism, fabricated identities, and teenage lifestyle. His staged images play on art historical canons of portraiture and still life, though they exist in a gridded ambiguous non-space. His visual vocabulary that plays on pop culture can be read as pointed satire, with an underlying sincere admiration. White has had solo exhibitions at Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York, LAXART in Los Angeles and LOOCK in Berlin. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts.