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Errors and Windiigo


Dated Titled

3000,00 €


50 x 50 cm
19.69 x 20 in







Acrylic on canvas.

1972 , France

Philippe Halaburda graduated from EDTA SORNAS Graphic School, Paris, France with a Bachelor of Visual Communications degree (Graphic Design Major) in 1993.
 His career began in 1995 with his first solo exhibition in Paris. He is a self-taught artist. He lived from 1996 until 2000 in Switzerland where he painted and exhibited too. At this time, his style was more figurative. He moved to Aix-en-Provence, France in 2000 to acquire new evolution in his work. He started to become more and more abstract years after years. His colors palette became clearer and more colorful influenced by the light of this part of France. In 2012, he started to transform his work from figurative to a total abstract style.
His art has been exhibited throughout Europe (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria, Belgium) & Australia but his first solo exhibition was in an art gallery in the US - the Peyton Wright gallery in Santa Fe, NM in 2013. He have been represented one year by this gallery and since this show, he decided to be a full time artist and developed his career in the USA.
He attended an art residency in New York In April 2015. The purpose was to develop his new main theme: emotional landscapes inspired by unconscious relations between humankind & environment on various mediums, such as painting, digital art & iPhone snapshot.
He has participated in many collective and solo shows in USA since 2015.
He is now represented by several American art galleries and my work is in private collections throughout the United States, France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, The Netherlands and China.

He coined the term Geographic Abstraction to describe his work. Through his use of color and lines, Halaburda creates sharp imaginary landscapes that visualize the interconnectedness of humans and their environments. Since moving to New York City in 2016, Halaburda’s work has been influenced by the city’s linear urban environment. He describes his current work as geographic abstraction or psychogeographic mapping, and sees his designs as translating human and non-human interactions and emotions into colorful, imagined landscapes. His work evokes the geometric constructions of Russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich, and Halaburda has cited Piet Mondrian as an influence on his use of color. In 2019, Halaburda published his first art book entitled ‘Spatial representation of emotion’ about his work in New York since 2016. Halaburda also offers commissions and public window tape art, including a recent display for the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Jersey City, NJ in 2020.

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