Edition of 861.0cm x 52.0cm?
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$ 2,480.00
61.0cm x 52.0cm
  • Type | Limited Edition
  • Medium | Photography > Colour
  • Style | Pop Art
  • Subject | Portraits > Female
  • Year | 2018
  • Edition | of 8
  • Size | 61.0cm x 52.0cm
  • Ready to hang | No
  • Frame | No
  • Signed | Yes, Signed, Numbered, Dated au verso
  • Materials | Pigment on 300 GSM archival paper
  • Shipping | ships from Canada by Monday, 14 December 2020

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Peter Horvath

Peter Horvath is a Canadian artist who creates vibrant and expressive photography-based mixed media work. Driven by the desire to deconstruct and recontextualise, Peter embraces digital and analogue techniques to create art that reinvents narrative and redefines meaning. Peter’s approach is colourful and dynamic, and through the use of juxtaposition, he exposes the beauty in chaos. With a focus on materials such as vintage American advertising materials and pop culture iconography, Peter explores the surreal, the nostalgic and the hypnagogic.

Throughout his career, Peter’s work has been favoured by publishers and galleries alike. Editorial clients have included The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times. The striking aesthetic of Peter’s Illustrative style, combined with his subtle sense of wit and warmth has also attracted a host of commercial clients such as Penguin Random House Publishers and Kiehl’s Cosmetics. Furthermore, Peter’s art has invited global commissions from The New Museum in New York, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo in Mexico City and the Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec in Canada.

Peter’s art is unique in its depth of appeal and the way it can suit the pages of a newspaper just as well as the walls of a gallery. Peter exhibits his art worldwide and in 2018 he took part in the group exhibition Adoptive in the Stephen Bulger Gallery. The show saw a selection of Peter’s large scale pieces that epitomised the artist’s style. Fragments of famous faces layered with typography all sitting on an ambiguous background adorned the walls of the gallery and made for a series of animated portraits with a clear sense of narrative instilled in them.