The handful of photographs (all dye-sublimation prints on metal) depict familial moments, many starring the artist’s three-and-a-half-year-old son, Marco. As Lorello tells me, Alario thinks of his wife and kids as active collaborators in his practice. Here, we see Marco wide-eyed, holding a lollipop; obscured by the neon-pastel netting of a hammock; or hiding behind a Star Wars cereal box. The underground art scene in Alario’s home base of Providence, Rhode Island, is “almost synonymous with an exuberant, colorful, almost psychedelic palette,” Lorello says, citing a tangential influence on these photographs from local collectives like Forcefield. New Yorkers not down in Florida for the fairs can check out Alario’s solo show “Soft Landing,” opening December 13th at Lorello’s Lower East Side gallery. The photos here are all in an edition of three, with tiered pricing between $2,800 and $3,200.