men in bed by danish artist peter land men in bed by danish artist peter land
feb 02, 2009

men in bed by danish artist peter land

untitled (man in bed), 2006-2008

untitled (man in bed), 2006

untitled (man in bed), 2003

peter land, ‘hasty departure’ exhibition curated by montse badia. fundació joan miró, barcelona, 2005

peter land interview

peter land was born in 1966 in aarhus, denmark. the artist lives and works in copenhagen. he studied at the royal danish academy of fine arts in copenhagen and at goldsmiths college in london. he is primarily known for his video installations, which are simultaneously tragic and comic. peter land is especially interested in people’s constant attempts (which often fail) to appear competent, relaxed and convincing in socially predetermined roles.

peter land’s work is currently on show : video ‘the lake’ from 1999 until 22 march 2009 at the turku art museum‘s darkroom, turku, finland

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