Peter Bardazzi is an artist whose paintings, drawings and videos have been exhibited internationally
including at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Museum of
Modern Art, the Basel Art Fair, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Reina Sofia Art Center, Spain and
most recently at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan. His work can be
found in many public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, The Neuberger Museum of
Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Library of Congress, The Baltimore Museum of Art, JP Morgan
Chase, and The Smithsonian Institute of American Art. Mr. Bardazzi received a BFA in Painting from
Pratt Institute and MFA from Yale University majoring visual art minoring in cinema studies. He
has taught painting, animation, and video production at Yale University, Pratt Institute, NYU's Tisch
School of the Arts Film & TV, and The Fashion Institute of Technology.

It's great to part of this exciting creative outburst....Holy BOS! Raw cultural noise with content, operating outside the consumer art system. Clearly I am with a diverse group of artists expressing themselves in a show that challenges itself. This is important to me, to have an opportunity to show aspects of my art that are both a contradiction in form and content, and subversive. For me, Holy BOS! is more than a geographical shift, but an aesthetic, cultural and ideological logical shift in art. I am very enthusiastic about being included in this event.

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