Peter Halley

American, b. 1953


Peter Halley, who emerged in New York’s East Village art scene in the early 1980s alongside Jeff Koons and Julian Schnabel, is best known for his Day-Glo paintings of rectangular cells connected by angular conduits. While he takes inspiration from …

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