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Peter Bardazzi is an artist exploring unique icons on the edge of our culture within the context of metaphysical relationships, historical and conceptual analysis. He received his MFA from Yale University when the influence of Marcel Duchamp was gaining over the abstract expressionists, also a BFA from Pratt Institute in painting and a special Masters Degree in Digital Production for Entertainment from the experimental Silicon Studios LA. Recently his art was included in the notorious “Holy BOS” show, Bushwick Brooklyn and the ART-ZINE, exhibition at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan.
Peter lives in New York City where he was a founding member of the Center for Advanced Digital Applications at New York University and creative collaborator with Pixar, Rhino Films and George Lucas’s Industrial Light & Magic. His theories on culture and art have subsequently led to interviews on CBS-TV News, NBC Today, Fox In The Morning, Good Day NY, CNN-TV, CBS radio, The LA Times, The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, Business Week and USA Today.