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Peter Kosowicz

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Peter Kosowicz

Born: 1959

Hometown: London

Based in: London

 

Pete Kosowicz

Curriculum Vitae

Personal details:

Studio Address: 110a, Warner Road, London SE5 9HQ
D.o.B; 28/12/59

Solo Shows:

2002; “Market Garden”, Fish House gallery, London SE1
1990; B.W.A. Tarnobrzeg, Poland
1986; Chalk Farm Gallery, London
1985; Galerie Robinson, Paris.

Selected Group Shows:

2003; Graphic Studio, Dublin.
2002; Deutsche Bank restaurant, London.
1998; Marlborough Graphics, London.
1996; Contemporary print show, Barbican Centre, London.
1993; Two person show, Attic Gallery, Swansea.
1992; “Foreign Bodies”, Huddersfield City Museum and Art Galleries.
1989-90; “Bigos - Artists of polish origin”, Toured major venues throughout Poland including Warsaw, Krakow and Sandomierz.
1986; “The Human Figure” Business Art galleries, royal Academy, London

Awards:

1985; Lloyds Bank Young Printmakers Award.

Major Collections:
Bank of England
Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery
British Midlands Airlines
Contemporary Arts Society of Wales
Deutsche Bank
Lloyds Bank

General: Co-founder and partner of Hope (Sufferance) Press etching workshop now director of Thumbprint Editions Ltd in London. I work as a master Printer with leading artists including; Damien Hirst, Bernar Venet, Anthony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Peter Doig, Andrea Buttner, Gillian Ayres, Ian Davenport and Harland Miller.

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Peter Kosowicz, United Kingdom

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 260

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About Peter Kosowicz


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What inspires you?

ink and paper


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Describe your creative process.

surrealist using random selection techniques to encourage intuitive skills.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

colourful, intriguing, exciting


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

John Stezaker, Peter Doig, Kurt Schwitters


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

The etching press

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