Peter Anton's work has been featured in solo exhibitions in the United States and abroad, including the Allan Stone Gallery in New York City; UrbanArt in Seoul; Galerie Terminus in Munich; the Henri Gallery in Washington, DC; Galerie Adler Bertin-Toublanc in Miami; Galerie Ralph Schriever in Cologne, Germany; and the Hammer Galleries and the Bruce R. Lewin Gallery in New York City.
The artist created Peter Anton's Sugar & Gomorrah, an expansive outdoor/indoor installation and solo exhibition for Art Miami.
Mr. Anton has participated in group exhibitions in museums and galleries including the Schloss Gottorf Museum in Schleswig, Germany; Museum Villa Rot in Burgrieden-Rot, Germany; Staatliche Kunsthalle in Karlsruhe, Germany; Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen, Germany; Museum Ritter in Waldenbuch, Germany; Schloss Neuenburg Museum in Germany; 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 Strathmore Museum in Bethesda, Maryland; the Castellani Art Museum in Niagara, New York; the Allan Stone Gallery in New York City; the Elaine Baker Gallery in Boca Raton, Florida; the COPIA Museum in Napa Valley, California; and the Keszler Gallery in New York City.
His work has been extensively exhibited at numerous 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 the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; the CEO of Sony, Sir Howard Stringer; Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones; the Jordanian Royal Family; architect Lord Norman Foster; Oppenheim Bank; The Blackstone Resort Hotel in Korea; Breitling Watches; Raymond James Financial; candy maker giant Perfetti Van Melle; the Portland Museum of Art; The Dennis Hopper Collection; and Susanne & Wolfgang Porsche.
"In my sculptures I like to alter and overstate foods to give them new meanings. I have an innate reverence for the things we eat. Food brings people together and there is no better way to celebrate life. Through the use of humor, scale, irony, and intensity in my forms, the foods we take for granted become aesthetically pleasing and seductive in atypical ways. I like to create art that can lure, charm, tease, disarm and surprise. My sculptures put viewers in a vulnerable state so that I can communicate with their inner selves in a more honest and direct way. I activate the hunger people have for the things that give them pleasure and force them to surrender. The sensual nature of the works stimulates basic human needs and desires that generate cravings and passion."