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|Peter Max Lawrence|
|Name at Birth||Peter Max Lawrence|
|Born||March 19, 1977|
|Occupation||Artist, Actor, Film director|
Peter Max Lawrence (born March 19, 1977 in Topeka, Kansas) is a contemporary media artist working within painting, video installation, sculpture, photography and drawing. Big Mag Magazine's art critic Roberta Soltea called Lawrence "the most relevant American artist of his emerging generation."
Lawrence directed and starred his first feature-length film, Something to Trade (2008) which was based on his critically acclaimed short Queer in Kansas  (2007).
Other artists Lawrence has collaborated with over the years include Krystle Warren, Amy Whitehead, Monica Peck, Deldelp Medina, Peter Dobey, Chelsea America Torres, Jane Sommerhauser, Rebbecca Parks-Ramage and Sara Owens.
His work has been featured in publications such as:
His works appear on the covers of two novels, The Bends ISBN 0-595-37957-5 Published February 2006 and Shadow's Bliss ISBN 0-595-38528-1 Published April 2006, by British underground novelist Darren Smith 
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- Official site
- Learning to Love You More
- KQED's Truly California Shorts
- Harrell Fletcher's Some People
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