Legendary artist Peter Max created a cover exclusively for Baltimore magazine’s April 2018 issue. His signature, neon style—which is most famously associated with the counter-culture of the 1960s—was used to depict our very own Inner Harbor, Domino Sugars sign, and Oriole bird.
Video from the uncrating party at Bennett Galleries.
PETER MAX RETROSPECTIVE – THE COLLECTED WORKS 1960-2017, a newly-curated and highly-anticipated Collection from Pop Artist legend Peter Max, is the most important collection of his works ever assembled, and spans decades of celebrity portraiture and pop influence.
A newly-curated collection and sale of work by pop-art icon Peter Max comes to Bennett Gallery in Nashville Sept. 16-24.
His one-man museum exhibitions have had record-breaking attendance for more than four decades.
Recent Peter Max Media covering San Antonio and Nashville.
World-famous pop artist Peter Max talks about his work, ahead of his gallery show in Milwaukee.
WHITEFISH BAY – Artist Peter Max will present many of his “cosmic” works at Milwaukee’s Gallery 505 in June.
Max, 79, catapulted to fame in the 1960s with his bright, psychedelic paintings. By 1967, his “Love” poster was everywhere with more than one million copies sold.
The uber-groovy artist Peter Max’s visual style, with its bright colors and hippy overtones, was part of the visual vernacular in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Max has devoted nearly four decades painting pop culture. He’s painted portraits of many well-known musicians (Lionel Richie, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Tom Petty and Taylor Swift, to name a few). He was also the official artist for the Grammy Awards five times.
Recently, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to speak with one of the greatest American artists of the modern era, Peter Max. He has a show debuting his new collection this weekend at Gallery 725 here in Atlantic Beach, with chances for fans to meet “America’s Favorite Living Artist” on both Saturday and Sunday.