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Habitus

Peter Boyadjieff is an visual artist and photographer born in Kazanlak, Bulgaria. He holds a Masters in Visual Arts and Design at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria (1983), with additional specialization in computer graphics at the I.C.A.R.I. Art School in Montreal, Canada (2000).
Over the course of his career, his particular sensitivity to contemporary photography has earned him several prestigious recognitions and awards worldwide, namely the Gold Awards Winner B&W Magazine USA, Single Image Contest 2009 CA USA, Merit Awards Winner B&W Magazine USA, Single Image Contest 2009 CA USA, B&W Magazine USA Excellence Award Winner Portfolio Contest Awards 2008 CA USA, Artists Show Case 2007, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins CO USA, and many more.
His work has been selected and showcased in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Europe, North America, South America and Asia, and is part of many public and private collections.
The Habitus project explores the covert and symbiotic relationship between our immediate environments and the deep-seated, seemingly extraneous nature of our collective human patterns and behaviours. While the term itself refers to the social values and predispositions acquired from the prolonged exposure to a given culture, its literal reciprocity to both habit and habitat is far from coincidental. The work presented blurs the boundaries between the captured moment and its contextual backdrop to the point of nonexistence, revealing the profound and elusive connection between our inner and outer states.