New Work

new paintings

Four new paintings by Peter Young in collaboration with Bridget Rose.

Show at Algus Greenspon Gallery in November

An exhibition of Peter's paintings were at Algus Greenspon Gallery in New York City, November , 2013.


Algus Greenspon Gallery
71 Morton Street New York
Nov. 2 - 30 2013

Peter Young Conducts a Tour of His Paintings

Peter Young Conducts a Tour of His Paintings from steev hise on Vimeo.

On March 3, 2013, Peter Young took some lucky people on a tour of the exhibit of his work at Tucson MOCA. This is selection of moments from that tour.

Solo Exhibition at MOCA Tucson: Capitalist Masterpieces


Peter is delighted to have a solo show at MOCA Tucson opening December 15, 2012 and running through April 2013. The whole museum is given over to a range of his paintings. A rare treat to see his large works on large walls! 


Peter's current work

Some of you may know that Peter spends quite a bit of time working on the humanitarian issues of the international border situation. Here is a news story from Nogales, AZ that shows Peter at the Migrant Center:

Peter included in the Acquavella Galleries exhibition of the Scull Collection, Spring 2010

Peter was surpised and delighted to learn about a new show at the Acquevella Galleries which documents the many artworks and artists collected by Robert and Ethel Scull. A nice overview of the show can be found here.

1971 Artforum Article Now Available Here

Just uploaded to this site is the text and included images from a 1971 story in Art Forum about Peter. You may view it here.

Zurich 2009

Peter's work is on display at the Hausler Contemporary in Zurich, Switzerland, May 28 to July 25, 2009, in a solo show entitled "Born To Be Wild."  The exhibit features a selection of characteristic works from the 1960s and 1970s as well as more recent paintings and works on paper.

Peter attended the opening weekend on June 6 and 7 and then travelled to Berlin and New York to visit friends.

 "After 45 years of art-making I have to admit that the whole process is as mysterious as ever"  --Peter, as quoted on the postcard for the show.