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  Peter Zarkob [ see other similar works ]

         Sevilla, Spain

         

We are not alone

fine print on paper

30 x 30 cm

Resilienza

fine print on paper

34,9 x 30 cm

   

Decadenza

fine print on paper

34 x 30 cm

   
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About

Born in Spain, Peter Zarkob has a degree in Information Sciences from the Advertising department of University of Seville. From the beginning, Zarkob specialized in the creation of logos and corporate identity manuals, embodying the philosophy and personality of his clients in simple and geometric designs. This journey towards minimalism enabled him to apply his experience to advertising campaigns in which he used the same technique: striking images that caught the viewer's attention in the shortest possible time, while transmitting the personality of the company and the interest in the product. Now focused on minimalist photography, his work seeks to provoke a strong visual impact on the viewer while transmitting his thoughts and feelings. From the figurative to the abstract, Peter Zarkob’s artwork is very personal, attracts and traps at the same time, hints at feelings, introduces us to his history, takes us to unique settings, envelops us in his atmosphere

 

Nacido en España, Peter Zarkob es licenciado en Ciencias de la información, rama de Publicidad, por la Universidad de Sevilla. Desde sus inicios, se especializó en la creación de logotipos y manuales de identidad corporativa, plasmando la filosofía y personalidad de sus clientes en diseños simples y geométricos. Este viaje hacia el minimalismo le hizo aplicar su experiencia a la realización de campañas publicitarias en las que utilizó esa misma técnica, imágenes impactantes que llamasen la atención del espectador en el mínimo tiempo posible, a la vez que transmitieran la personalidad de la empresa y el interés por el producto. Centrado ahora en la fotografía minimalista, su obra busca provocar un fuerte impacto visual en el espectador a la vez que trasmitir sus pensamientos y sentimientos. De lo figurativo a lo abstracto, su obra es muy personal, atrae y atrapa a la vez, insinúa sentimientos, nos introduce en su historia, nos traslada a escenarios únicos, nos envuelve en su atmósfera.

 

Nate is a New Jersey based photographer.

He originally learned 35mm photography in the late 2000s when dark rooms were still prevalent and digital photography hadn’t yet completely dominated the landscape. After a taking a long break, and a few detours, he started to learn digital photography and resumed exploring the world through his lens. Nathanael lists Stephen Wilkes and Peter Lik as major influences/inspirations. His style leans towards breathless landscapes and sprawling cityscapes.

 

Education

2012 BE in Electrical Engineering Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Stevens Institute Of Technology, Hoboken, NJ Minor in Computer Engineering

 

Grants and Awards

2021 Flagler County Art League Juried Competition - 3rd Place in the Landscape Division

 

Selected Exhibitions

2021 Verum Ultimum Art Gallery, 8th Annual Abstract Sanctuary Show, Portland, Oregon, US

2021 Jones Gallery, February Group Showm, Kansas City, Missouri, US

2021 Flagler County Art League, 9th Annual Juried Photography Show, Flagler County Art League, Palm Coast, FL, US (curated by Eric Breitenbach)

2020 Boomer Gallery, What is Art, Boomer Gallery, London, UK

2020 The Glasgow Gallery Of Photography, The International Landscape Exhibition, The Glasgow Gallery of Photography, Glasgow, Scotland

2020 MVVO, Ad Art Show

2020, The Occulus at Westfield, New York, NY

 

Representation

MVVO Art, New York, NY

 

Artist Statement

originally learned 35mm photography in the late 2000s when dark rooms were still prevalent and digital photography hadn’t yet completely dominated the landscape. After a taking a long break, and a few detours, he started to learn digital photography and resumed exploring the world through his lens. Nathanael lists Stephen Wilkes and Peter Lik as major influences/inspirations. His style leans towards breathless landscapes and sprawling cityscapes.

 

 

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