Peter Schuyff

Peter Schuyff (born 1958 Baarn, Netherlands) is an internationally exhibited Dutch born American painter, musician and sculptor. In 1967 moved similar to his associates to Vancouver, Canada. Schuyff's mom was an artist and his daddy a professor of economics at Simon Fraser University. Peter became fascinated with the innovative views of the art world in the 60s and 70s and especially subsequent to such famous figures as Andy Warhol and Willem de Kooning. He was raised in Canada and was schooled in art at the Vancouver School of Art.

During the nineteen eighties Schuyff moved to Manhattan's East Village and along past artists such as Ashley Bickerton, Jerry Brown, David Burdeny, Catharine Burgess, Marjan Eggermont, Paul Kuhn, Eve Leader, Daniel Ong and Tanya Rusnak became allowance of the Neo-Geo pastime in art. Schuyff's exploit is included in the collections of MOMA, New York; Metropolitan Museum, New York; MOCA, Los Angeles; Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Broad Museum, Los Angeles; Dakis Joannou Collection; The Fisher Landau foundation; Portland Art Museum, Portland; Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, USA and was included in the famed art accretion of Herbert and Dorothy Vogel.

Schuyff's pretend was exhibited as share of the 2014 Whitney Biennial.

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