Born 1930, London.
Peter Sedgley studied architecture at the School of Building, Brixton, London. His paintings were exhibited at the Redfern Gallery throughout the 1960s. In 1966 he was a prizewinner at the Tokyo Biennale and in 1972 he was commissioned to make an audio-visual work for the Donauschingen Music Festival. His work, in its play with optical effects, was influenced by Kenneth Noland, and Victor Vasarely and is close in spirit to that of Bridget Riley.
In 1973 he had a retrospective exhibition at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham UK.
His work is in the collection of the Arts Council.
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