Lemon with peel and ornament
By Nathan Peter
Francesca Gavin is a prolific arts writer and curator. Based between Berlin and London as Visual Arts Editor of Dazed & Confused and Art Editor of Twin, Gavin is also the curator of the Soho House art collection. Internationally recognised, she possesses a global outlook, having put together permanent displays of art previously in Berlin, Miami, New York, New York and London. She has also written five books including “The Book of Hearts”, “100 New Artists” and “Hell Bound: New Gothic Art”.
- 60 x 80 cm
- No of editions
- 10 (5 left)
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German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
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- 0.24" aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Nathan Peter
Nathan pushes the realm of possibility
“I take pictures of everything, from architecture, to graffiti, to visual anomalies, all of which I then use as my own visual archive and catalogue.”
Born in Minneapolis, Nathan Peter studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design, before moving to London and now Berlin. Peter pushes the possibilities of his materials. He repeatedly applies paint and corrodes its layers away, creating a unique visual effect whose abrasive process often brings the canvases he is working on to the point of destruction. In doing so, he hopes to distill the essence of both the material he uses, and his practise. Peter has digitally woven several images together to create two prints for Absolut Art. The original images, including a classical still life of a peeled lemon as well as fragmented surfaces and patterns, are combined together to create a patchwork image.