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This first retrospective monograph of American artist Sam Falls (b. 1984, San Diego; lives in Los Angeles) spans his work from his beginnings in the 2000s to his most recent exhibitions. Following the traditions of Minimalism and Land art, while pursuing a path toward abstraction, his oeuvre has undoubtedly been influenced by nature and the Los Angeles environment in which he lives. His photographs, paintings, public installations, and sculptures display a certain poetry and a rare immediacy. Previously a student of physics, linguistics, and aesthetics, he has long pursued a particular interest in the way in which natural phenomenon such as light, rain, and wind might impact his abstract paintings and sculptures. The idea of a sublime deterioration, a controlled and predicted change on materials ranging from steel to cloth as well as others, creates time-based and hybrid work that forces the viewer to consider not only the final image, but, most importantly, the process of its change.
The book brings together new essays by Los Angeles-based writer and curator Trinie Dalton, French critic Donatien Grau, and Los Angeles Hammer Museum Curator Aram Moyashedi, as well as a special photography portfolio conceived by the artist.
Recent solo exhibitions by Sam Falls include The Kitchen, New York, 2015; Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, 2015; Pomona College Museum of Art, Pomona, 2014; Public Art Fund, New York, 2014; and LAXART, Los Angeles, 2013. He has participated in many group exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Helsinki, Helsinki, 2016; Menil Collection, Houston, 2015–2016; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, 2015; Madre Museum, Naples, 2014. His work features in several museum collections including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; The Albright Knox, Buffalo.
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