Time Lapse

Peter Halley

Time Lapse , 2014

77.0 x 70.0 Inches
Acrylic, fluorescent acrylic, and roll-a-tex on canvas
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Artist Studio / Private Collection, New York

About the artist

Peter Halley

Peter Halley, born in 1953, is an American artist whose career is defined by his fluorescent cell paintings. Emerging into New York’s East Village art scene in the 1980s, Halley was inspired by urban spaces and the geometry of crowding, his rectangles evoking city blocks, prison cells, barred windows, and the ensuing isolation that accompanies them. His artwork and the corresponding literature he penned would go on to become the basis for Neo-Geometric Conceptualism, a movement also associated with artists such as Jeff Koons. 

Halley’s work resides in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the MoMA, the Tate, and the Centre Pompidou. In 2021, Halley’s work was exhibited at Almin Rech in Shanghai, Galleria Milan in São Palo, Galerie Xippa in Paris, and Museo Nivola in Sardinia, among others. Halley’s work consistently garners six-figure sums at auction, and he has had solo exhibitions at the MoMA, the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, and the Museo Reina Sofia.

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