This artist is participating in the edition Roma.

This artist is participating in the edition Berlin.

This artist is participating in the edition Barcelona.

Dancing in the Subway
Liberty’s Life
Love 2 Sea You
Military Funeral
Getting Around in New York City
Misgivings No.II
Misgivings No.I
Devine Wind
Power of Mind
Southernmost Forest

Peter Gedeon

Lives and works at Bradenton, Florida, USA / Miskolc, Hungary

Born 19/05/1955


Born 1955 in Pecs, Hungary; Peter Gedeon earned a M.Sc. and M.F.A. equivalent in photography. He is a professional photographer, artist, educator, publisher, gallery director, promoter of photography and figurative art. He is a contributor of 25 books, 33 periodicals, 31 special publications in four continents. Gedeon's works are in private and corporate collections, nationally and internationally. (New York; Lanslebourg, France; Miskolc, Debrecen, Cegled, Hungary; Boca Raton, FL) He has published 3 books and has had more than 30 major solo exhibitions in Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Romania and the USA. In 200 group exhibitions in 35 countries, he has won 42 international and 74 major national prizes. He also has been honored with the AFIAP title (Artist of the Federation Internationale del’Art Photographique, Paris, France) in 2008; and the EFIAP title (Excellence of FIAP) in 2010. His biography has been included in Marquis' Who’s Who: in America, in American Art, in the World.


I'm a "maker" and a "finder" in one person. As a maker I project my visions, dreams, intuitions, reactions and reflections on my models. As a finder I'm a humble observer, wide-open eyed, open-minded learner and a curious traveler of life. I record what crosses my way and piques my interest and pursue it. The two distinctively different series of pictures are extracts from two of my self-published books; Carriers of My Dreams and On the Flight – Seeking America. Nothing in life makes people more equal (social-status free) than being unclad. Nothing gives more importance, more amplification to gestures, than pairing objects with nudes. Nude is my language. The body of my work is my Taj Mahal; a memorial, a celebration, a construction in continual progress made for not one, but all of the women I ever have met or will meet, for the eternal woman.

Tina Prize - Roma Artists Tina Prize - Berlin Artists Tina Prize - Bercelona Artists