Peter Horvath is an assemblage and new media artist. Exhibiting in museums and galleries globally, his work is included in numerous permanent and private collections. Embracing digital technologies at the birth of the Web, he created audio/video narrative works through selective editing of film footage and the use of his early collages. His assemblage works similarly focus on deconstructing and recontextualizing imagery through collage. Merging street ephemera, movie posters, photographs, ink, acrylic and spray paint, Horvath’s densely layered assemblage portraits reflect on his fascination with media consumption, cultural icons and urban decay.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, Canada
Horvath's work is included in the Nion McEvoy collection, the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s permanent collection, and in 2016 an addition to the Whitney Museum of American Art. He is the recipient of commissions from Rhizome.org at The New Museum, NYC, and Turbulence.org New Radio and Performing Arts, Boston.
Exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Hamilton 2020, the Rise Art Prize Exhibition in London UK 2018, and Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto, Canada 2018. Other exhibitions include the Whitney Museum Of American Art‘s Artport (NYC), Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico City), the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Québec City, Canada) and FILE Electronic Language International Festival (São Paulo, Brazil).