Liam Fallon’s practice focuses on the exploration of queer culture and the way that materials contribute to this exploration. The binary of private and public marks a particular point of interest for Fallon, more recently looking into the familiar relationship framework of falling in love and suffering loss, occurrences that are at once unfolding in the public realm, whilst at the same time remaining an enigmatically private affair.
Liam lives and works in Manchester. He graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017. Recent exhibitions and projects include: Supersymmetry (Solo Exhibition) at the Turnpike (Greater Manchester, 2019), Somewhere In-Between (Two-Person Exhibition w. Cathrin Hoffmann) at Duve Berlin (Berlin, 2020), Home Sweet Home (Two-Person Exhibition, w. Max Rumbol) at Tuesday to Friday (Valencia, 2020), Limbo Act II (Group Exhibition) at Everyday Gallery (Antwerp, 2020), Everyday Is Sunday (Group Exhibition) at UTA Artist Space (Los Angeles, 2020).