For over 25 years, Peter Anton’s iconic works have been extensively exhibited in over 100 shows throughout the world. He has had numerous solo exhibitions including the Allan Stone Gallery, Hammer Galleries, Bruce R. Lewin Gallery, and Unix Gallery in New York City; Urban Art in Seoul; Galerie von Braunbehrens and Davis Klemm Gallery in Germany, Guy Pieters Gallery in Belgium; Gallery Delaive in Amsterdam; Rarity Gallery in Mykonos; Scott Richards Contemporary Art in San Francisco; Gallery Valentine in East Hampton; and Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach.
Mr. Anton has exhibited in numerous museums, including solo exhibitions at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum and Netherlands’ Museum Jan van der Togt in Amstelveen. As well, Anton has participated in group exhibitions at the Museum Villa Rot in Burgrieden-Rot, Germany; the Austin Museum of Art in Texas; the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York; the Fresno Metropolitan Art Museum; the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming; the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut; the Castellani Art Museum in Niagara, New York; the COPIA Museum in Napa Valley, California; the William Benton Museum in Storrs, Connecticut; the Schloss Gottorf Museum in Schleswig, Germany; the Museum Ritter in Waldenbuch, Germany; the Strathmore Museum in Bethesda, Maryland; the Schloss Neuenburg Museum in Neuenburg, Germany; the Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen, Germany; the Staatliche Kunsthalle in Karlsruhe, Germany; the Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri; the Historic City Hall Arts & Cultural Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana; the Copelouzos Art Museum in Athens; and the Madden Museum of Art in Denver, Colorado.
His work has been extensively exhibited at leading art fairs in the United States, Europe and Asia. Peter Anton's work is widely collected and is featured in several prestigious private, corporate, and museum collections including Steven A. Cohen; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; Sir Howard Stringer; Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones; the Jordanian Royal Family; architect Lord Norman Foster; Oppenheim Bank; the Lisser Art Museum in The Netherlands; the Copelouzos Art Museum in Athens; The Blackstone Resort Hotel in Korea; Breitling Watches; Raymond James Financial; Perfetti Van Melle; the Portland Museum of Art; the Dennis Hopper Collection; Susanne & Wolfgang Porsche; Siemens AG; NIKE; and President Bill Clinton.
Anton is also known for his 2012 Art Basel Miami installation SUGAR & GOMORRAH. The interactive sculpture was the world’s first art installation where the viewer rode through an exhibition aboard an amusement ride. The immersive exhibition took visitors on an actual roller coaster ride winding and snaking through a destructed city with tumbling pillars, fire, and skeletons juxtaposed with larger-than-life sculptures of sugary treats and nearly nude live models.