Peter Puklus

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Artwork
1191 Golden Decadence, 2013, Budapest. Analogue print on baryta-paper; processed with ReAnalog negative. 36 x 24.7 cm
4177 Painted plaster head (Self-portrait of a man in orange), 2015, Budapest. Analogue print on baryta-paper; 36 x 24.7 cm
6570_6579 Green Stairway, 2013, Budapest. Analogue print on baryta-paper; processed with ReAnalog negative. 36 x 24.7 cm
'The Epic Love Story of a Warrior' by Peter Puklus published Self Publish, Be Happy, 2016, London
'The Epic Love Story of a Warrior' solo exhibition of Peter Puklus at Raster Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 27 August–12 November 2016
Peter
Puklus
Artist's Statement

Beside the photographic gaze which can always be found in the center of Puklus’ works, he recently started to explore undiscovered territories beyond the wooden frame. His recent projects involve sculptures, objects, installations, drawings and videos. Either in the gallery space or in a photo-book form, storytelling has a substantial role. Puklus mixes different genres and medias and makes them relate each other.

Bio/Resume

Peter Puklus is an artist currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York, originally from Budapest, Hungary. He studied photography at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest (MOME) and new media design at the École National Supérieur de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) in Paris. He is about to finish his DLA studies in photography at MOME.

In 2012 he published two photo-books: ‘One and a half meter‘ with Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg and ‘Handbook to the Stars‘ with Stokovec, Banská Stiavnica. In 2016 Puklus published ‘The Epic Love Story of a Warrior‘ at Self Publish, Be Happy, London and he produced three solo exhibitions in Germany: ‘New Works‘ at Conrads Gallery, Düsseldorf, ‘Unsafe to Dance‘ in C/O Berlin, Berlin and ‘One and a half meter‘ in Robert Morat Gallery, Berlin.

Puklus is represented by Robert Morat Gallery in Berlin and Hamburg, by Conrads Gallery in Düsseldorf and by Trapéz Gallery, Budapest.