About

Larry Halff is a San Francisco-based artist exploring the emotional response within the built world. His images are meditative practice: removing our attachment to objective references, they lead to an experience of visual sensations in the moment.

His work inspired by a range of practitioners working across mediums including Terry Riley, Richard Sera, Robert Mapplethorpe, Robert Reich, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Chez Damier, Alexander Rodchenko, David Hockney, John McLaughlin, Brian Eno, Ellsworth Kelly, and Philip Glass.

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