New York

Sales exhibition of a Slovak controversial photographer in New York, who has canceled several exhibitions in Slovakia and the Czech Republic for censorship.

All photos are limited, printed on archival gallery 100% Hahnemühle Ultra Smooth. Frame and matted. With an international certificate, signed, numbered and embos stamp. Material, adjustment, dimensions and price in the official Exhibition Catalog

Born in Ruzomberok (Slovakia), 18th November 1967. Peter ERZVO Zvonár is a photographer who believes in love and goodness, and who since his childhood has been standing out in a crowd because of his intransigence and originality. His portfolio is influenced deeply by his own personality; especially when it comes to male physique. His photos focus on the human figure, Christian images or self-portraits. Upending the limits of decorum and piety. Peter ERZVO Zvonár follows his heart and a few other organs to create his images and expose the world to what turns him on. He is compared with Mapplethorpe, Bianchi or Hamrick, because of his own style, his own concepts and ideas. His photos want us to know what drives him and give us his insight to the world of his art.

Artifact Gallery, New York

84 Orchard Street, NYC 10018

Opening reception April 4, 2018 6PM

“Everyone needs his/her Angel and I’ve got one too. A real one. It’s my boyfriend Dalibor to whom I’m grateful for many things, who inspires me and helps me create my art.”

Printed on Archival gallery Ultra Smooth (315g/m2) with limited gallery edition 1# of 1# with certificate, size 18,50×26,37inch, or 26,37×18,50inch or 23,62×35,43inch. KAPA pad, aluminium first-class German frame, black matt. Print: a black velvet that specially illuminates the so-called “shrouds” (Rembrandt technique) gives a photo of a spatial depth.

Cyanotypes, cut into sepia, on handmade paper, limited edition.

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints. The process uses two chemicals: ferric ammonium citrate and potassium ferricyanide.

"I believe in love and consider it a natural phenomenon, in second place right after life."
Dončova 9, 03401 Ružomberok Slovak Republik