Beach Monoprint 2018


Beach Monoprint is a hand-pulled screen printed unique print by Sam Friedman which has been released in the Beach Monoprint Series by Louis Buhl in 2018.

·  Hand-pulled screen printed Monoprint  on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite
·  76,2 x 55,8 cm (30 x 22 inch)
·  Signed by the artist
·  Unique print from the Beach Monoprint Series 
·  2018

About Sam Friedman

Sam Friedman, born 1984 in Oneonta, New York, moves between representational and abstract depictions with seeming ease and spontaneity.  He has produced paintings for the greater part of his life that explore primarily the formal concerns of paint, tools and surfaces as they relate to the scale of the human body; while occasionally touching down to get blessed, tainted - or both - by the non-linear narrative of life. Friedman’s paintings pilot a plane that takes us from the ethereal to the earthly, on a ride that is neither past or present, but rather timeless, accessible, and transformatively escapist.

Solo Shows

Days of Kindness, Dio Horia, Mykonos, Greece

Flesh of the Gods, Over the Influence, Hong Kong
Running, Chin’s Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Rainy Days, Arsham/Fieg Gallery, New York

Watermelons, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York
Love Songs, Library Street Collective, Detroit

Group Shows

Expo Chicago with Library Street Collective, Chicago
Beyond the Streets, Gastman, New York
Dallas Art Fair with Library Street Collective, Dallas
Zona Maco with Library Street Collective, Mexico City

Dancing Goddesses, Dia Horia, Mikonos, Greece
Beyond the Streets, Gastman, Los Angeles
Sam Friedman and Josh Sperling, Dallas Art Fair, Library Street Collective

Summer Breaks, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York

This subject is according to § 25a UStG subject to the differential taxation. This includes the statutory value-added tax, which is not stated separately due to the application of difference taxation.