Sam Trioli is a multi-talented artist, curator, and musician who currently resides and works in both New York City and New Hampshire. His work is a playful and innovative exploration of the intersection between abstraction, pop culture, and traditional painting methods. Trioli is passionate about using minimal form, color, and structure to create pieces that are visually stunning and deeply thought-provoking.
Trioli’s art is characterized by its emphasis on social abstraction and cognitive association. His work invites viewers to engage with the underlying concepts and ideas that shape our understanding of the world. Although his hand remains hidden behind the structure of each piece, Trioli’s work is infused with a deep sense of humanity and emotion.
Trioli has exhibited his work in numerous group exhibitions, including shows at Farm Project Space + Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachusetts (2012); Launch F18, New York, New York (2011); Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, New York (2011); Allan Nederpelt, New York (2010) and The F.U.E.L. Collection, Philadelphia (2009). He has also had solo exhibitions at Site95, Miami, FL (2012) and Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA (2012).
With his unique vision and innovative approach to art, Trioli has become one of the most exciting and original voices in contemporary art today. His work continues to inspire and challenge audiences around the world.