Sam Trioli is a contemporary artist, curator, and musician currently living and working in New York City and New Hampshire. Trioli’s work plays with the concepts of abstraction, pop and traditional painting methods. His work explores the simplicity of social abstraction and cognitive association within minimal form, color and structure. The hand of the artist remains hidden behind the concept and foreground of each piece, making process secondary to structured form.
Trioli has participated in numerous group exhibitions including “SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAY,” Farm Project Space + Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachusetts (2012); “Some Girls,” Launch F18, New York, New York (2011); “Can’t Hear The Revolution,” Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, New York (2011); “Team Work,” Allan Nederpelt, New York (2010) and “Duck and Recover,” The F.U.E.L. Collection, Philadelphia (2009). Solo exhibitions include “Sagebrush Gulch,” Site95, Miami, FL (2012) and “Brumaire,” Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA (2012).
Trioli’s work is included as part of the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts’ permanent collection at the Rochester Community Center. Sawdust is his first solo exhibition with the museum in the Andrew Carnegie Gallery.