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Peeter Allik

About the artist

Peeter Allik (born 1966 in Põltsamaa) is one of the founding members of the Kursi School, an art grouping opposing to the metropolis-centered “official“ model of art in Estonia. Among the Kursians, Allik started exhibiting his syrrealistic oil paintings in the second half of the 1980s. In the nineties he became a productive printmaker and painter, whose body of work has been associated both with the neopop movement as well as the later return of surrealism. His works often display a grotesque sense of dislocated reality that combine into a world, which is difficult to be ignored.

Prizes: Ado Vabbe Prize (1997), Konrad Mägi Prize (2001), Kristjan Raud Prize (2005), Chicago Printmakers Collaborative Prize, USA (2011); 5th Rokycany Biennial in Graphic Arts diploma (2011), and many more.
Eternal Social Practices  
€390
Tartu  
€390
How to Become Rich and Beautiful I  
€390
How to Become Rich and Beautiful II  
€390
How to Become Rich and Beautiful III  
€390
At the Museum  
€390
Cubism  
€90
Konkreetsed lahendused  
€90