A Few of Peter Halley’s Favorite Things

Which German sociologist is he reading?

The Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut has just unveiled a show of nine large-scale abstract paintings by Peter Halley that epitomize his work while also showing the arc of his development as a painter and artist over the past few decades. “Peter Halley: Big Paintings” runs through May 31.

We sat down with Halley to talk about his work, his teaching, and his numerous writing endeavors. He also answered some of our questions about his favorite places and things. Enjoy this quick clip and stay tuned for our full length interview.

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