As we enter 2017, we want to take a moment to reflect on some of our best memories here at Peter Mars Authentic over the years. Thank you to all of Peter Mars' friends, fans, colleagues, and everyone that made our journey possible. We look forward to an even better 2017. Cheers!
Paparazzi: A Peter Mars Photo Collection Read More
This year marked the sixth annual Rockin’ Lobster Bash, hosted by XWRT and Supreme Lobster Co. and fueled by Chicago’s most talented leaders in culinary and visual arts. Fifteen-hundred attendees gathered under one roof inside the Revel Fulton Market to devour lobster, sip cocktails, and visually experience pop art at it’s finest. Chicago pop art icon, Peter Mars, was invited to curate the sold-out event. Read More
On March 24th, New York City’s Taglialatella Gallery will open it’s doors to host a pre-premier party for Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. The show will feature artwork by Peter Mars, Andy Warhol, Banksy, and Mr. Brainwash displaying their paintings inspired by DC and Marvel Comics icons. Ardent followers of pop art and America’s most trusted superheroes won’t want to miss this event. Read More
With more than 25 years experience representing an international array of artists, Hilton | Asmus Contemporary is the partnership between veteran gallerist, artist and poet, Arica Hilton and German-born Sven Asmus. Located in Chicago's River North Art District, the gallery specializes in modern and contemporary paintings, works on paper, fiber art, glass, sculpture and photography featuring Chicago-based emerging and established artists, as well as internationally known artists from Northern Europe and the Mediterranean Region such as Turkey, Greece, Italy, and the Middle East. Read More
When you walk into Ann Nathan’s gallery you feel like you’re floating. The gallery sits about a half story above street level, and when you stand at one of the enormous picture windows looking out at those passing by, you are in another world. I imagine that is just as Nathan intended it. For more than 30 years in Chicago, Ann Nathan has run a gallery. She began in 1980 in a 200-square foot space she rented from the ceramicist Ruth Duckworth. “The space was tiny. We showed jewelry and ceramics, and we used every inch of space. The pedestals opened up and doubled as storage space,” Nathan recalls. Read More
You may have heard that after a successful 10-year run in Soho, Peter Mars was signed by the very prestigious Taglialatella Galleries based in Chelsea NYC, Paris, and Palm Beach. Read More