Peter Halley

Impulse, 2010

Day-glo acrylic, metallic and pearlescent acrylic, and Roll-a-Tex on canvas
203.5 × 208.3 × 9.8 cm

“Were once geometry provided a sign of stability, order, and proportion, today it offers an array of shifting signifiers and images of confinement and deterrence.”

– Peter Halley

Halley’s paintings contextualised by the urban environment of his native New York: rectilinear forms are deliberately reminiscent of engineering diagrams, corporate flow charts, and the blueprints of prisons and clinics.




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Peter Halley