Amir Fallah's works look as if someone took traditional painting and plugged it into a socket.
His hyper-saturated canvases are so jarring because they riff off of tradition, jazzing up vanitas vases with a dash of neon and ascetic prints with an aesthetic overload.
The results are sharp and psychedelic, pledging their allegiance to art history without taking it too seriously. They offer a means of meditation for the modern ADD brain, somewhere between a zen garden and a drive down the Las Vegas strip.
The External Minimalist Covered By His Internal Expressionist
The Last Sunset
The First Sunrise