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Born in 1972 in France, Philippe Halaburda is a self-taught abstract painter based in Newburgh, NY, USA. While he holds a degree in Graphic Design from the Academy of Graphic Design and Visual Arts, EDTA SORNAS in Paris, France, his artistic journey transcends traditional education. Inspired by the Bauhaus teaching and elements of the Constructivist technique, Philippe explores the interplay between urban and natural landscapes, delving into their profound impact on human emotions through vibrant and geometric map compositions.

Since 2010, Philippe's artwork has adorned numerous European exhibitions, gaining recognition and finding a place in private and public collections. His pivotal solo representation by the Peyton Wright Gallery in 2013 marked his entry into the American art scene, showcasing his readiness to expand his creative footprint. During a four-year stint in New York starting in 2015, Philippe's artistic vision flourished, mainly influenced by the intricate grid of Manhattan.


The LionHeart Gallery and Artmora Gallery hosted solo exhibitions in 2016, solidifying his presence in the contemporary art scene. Since 2018, Philippe has collaborated with various European and American galleries and curators, participating in collective exhibitions that have enriched the discourse around his art. In 2021, he ventured into colorful art installations, exploring a new dimension of his work that delves into human psychology. These installations have graced prominent art spaces such as the Hudson Valley MOCA in NY, the Garner Art Center in NY, and Terrain Biennial Newburgh, offering viewers an immersive experience of his evolving artistic exploration.

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