Peter Linde Busk at Keystone Editions in 2013. Photo by Keystone Editions.
695 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065, United States
The North Building of Hunter College where Peter Linde Busk received his first Bachelor of Arts degree in 2004.
University College London, Gower St, Kings Cross, London WC1E 6BT, United Kingdom
The Slade School of Fine Art where Peter Linde Busk studied from 2002 to 2006.
Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0BD, United Kingdom
The Royal Academy of Arts where Peter Linde Busk earned his Master of Fine Arts degree in 2006.
Eiskellerstraße 1, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany
The Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (Art Academy Düsseldorf) where Peter Linde Busk attended the course of notable Peter Doig.
Busk's collage ‘There is no Easy Way Down’ purchased at Christie's in London for $7,364 in 2018.
Peter Linde Busk in his studio. Photo by Pernille Wahlgren.
Peter Linde Busk in front of his works.
Peter Linde Busk near one of his works.
Peter Linde Busk studied art in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. In 2002, Busk enrolled at London’s Slade School of Fine Art. He received the first Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Hunter College in 2004. Two years later, it was followed by the second one from the Slade School.
In 2006, Busk entered The Royal Academy of Arts, London. He graduated in a couple of years with a Master of Fine Arts degree. The same year, he attended the course of notable Peter Doig at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (Art Academy Düsseldorf).
For some period of time, Peter Linde Busk developed his artistic skills as an assistant to the British painter David Thorpe.
Peter Linde Busk started his career at the beginning of the 21st century. Since then, he has exhibited his canvases, woodcut prints and sculptural objects internationally, including solo shows at GL Strand in Copenhagen, Monitor in Rome, Josh Lilley Gallery in London, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard in Copenhagen, and Holstebro Kunstmuseum in Holstebro. He has also taken part in many important group art events, such as The Armory New York and ARCOmadrid, both in 2016.
The recent personal shows include the 2018 ‘Here Comes Trouble’, in Monitor, Lisbon, and the 2019 ‘The Generous Gambler’ at Derek Eller Gallery, New York City. Nowadays, the artist lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Boys of Summer II
60 Watt Silver Lining
A Man Cannot Be Comfortable Without His Own Approval
And in that Place He Did Succumb to What Was Offered
No Light, but rather Darkness visible
Same Blood, Not The Same Heart
Great Perfected Being
Man Dressed As God
Nil by Mouth
Venus de Milo
I've Got No Expectations to Pass Through Here Again
The Generous Gambler
One Cannot be Betrayed if One has no People
And Ever I Shall be the Same to You, as You Will be the Same to Me
One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
Lost in La Mancha III
Oh England, My Lionheart
As an artist, Peter Linde Busk appreciates decoration and patterns and, on the other hand, chaos and resolution. He is also interested in craftsmanship.
His works full of madness and psychological moods are lied between figuration and abstraction.
Peter Linde Busk doesn’t like to reveal his privacy. He believes that the artists’ temperament and personal biography can be viewed through their creations because they make art to break free of their personal hell.