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His name is Peter Tunney, not Tooney. It rhymes with "funny" or "money" but is spelled Tunney. And if you spend time with the artist at The Peter Tunney Experience in Tribeca, you will have the experience of a lifetime.

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Catch a movie at the iPic Theaters at Fulton Market in South Street Seaport and you will learn a lot about Peter Tunney. When you first walk in, you see a giant piece of Peter's art inspired by two square inches of his jeans.

EPISODE 1

Peter's first visit to the shuttered Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Watch him explore the deserted building and select the materials that he will eventually use to create his show in the Wynwood Walls, EXCERPTS FROM THE TAJ MAHAL

EPISODE 2

In the early stages of demolition, Tunney and Ximena Caminos search the Taj Mahal and select large objects for his installation on Faena Beach. THE SINKING OF THE TAJ MAHAL would open for Art Basel 2017 on Monday, December 4th.

EPISODE 3

Peter rocking out in his TriBeCa studio, utilizing the materials and objects he collected in Episode 1, 2, and beyond to create the works of art for EXCERPTS FROM THE TAJ MAHAL.

EPISODE 4

Day 1 installation fo THE SINKING OF THE TAJ MAHAL via drone!

EPISODE 5

The last scene from the 1968 Planet of the Apes movie - Peter's inspiration for THE SINKING OF THE TAJ MAHAL.

EPISODE 6

Continuation of installation of The Sinking of the Taj Mahal and footage of the Faena Art Basel Opening Party

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