We love Peter’s photography because his images show a mind that is going rapidly in many different directions at once. He works in a variety of styles and creates images with deep story suggestions. He is unafraid to experiment, and sometimes the results are fairly bizarre. That’s the way we like it.
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Born in Ruzomberok, Slovakia, in1967, Peter Erzvo Zvonár is a photographer who believes in love and goodness, and who since his childhood has been standing out in a crowd because of his intransigence and originality. His portfolio is influenced deeply by his personality, especially when it comes to the male physique. His photos focus on the human figure, Christian images, or self-portraits, often upending the limits of decorum and piety. Zvonár follows his heart and a few other organs to create his images and expose the world to what turns him on. He is compared with Mapplethorpe, Bianchi, and Hamrick because of his own style, his own concepts and ideas. His photos inform us on what drives him and give us insight into the world of his art.
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