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Lélia Mordoch Gallery

Lelia Mordoch gallery
2300 N Miami AV
Miami, Florida
Miami, Fl 33127
United States
T  786 431 1506
Galerie Lelia Mordoch Paris
50 rue Mazarine
75006 Paris
T  +33(0)1 53 10 88 52
E-mail address : lelia.mordoch.gallery@gmail.com
Website : http://www.leliamordochgalerie.com

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

Miguel Chevalier
Biography : Born in 1959 in Mexico City. Resides in Paris, France since 1985. Since 1978, Chevalier has focused exclusively on computers as an artistic means of expression. He quickly secured a spot on the international scene as a pioneer of virtual and digital art. Miguel Chevalier continues to be a trailblazer, and has proven himself to be one of the most significant artists on the contemporary scene. Miguel Chevalier's oeuvre is experimental and multidisciplinary. Taking references from the history of art and reformulating them using computer tools, his works investigate and explore recurrent themes such as nature and artifice, flows and networks, virtual cities and ornate designs. His images are a rich source of insights into ourselves and our relationship with the world. Since the 1980s, Miguel Chevalier began tackling the question of the hybrid, generative and interactive image. He has created many projects variously incorporating generative and interactive virtual reality installations projected on large scale, shown on Leds screen or LCD screen, sculptures created with a 3D printer or with laser cut, holographic imagery and other forms. Miguel Chevalier has produced exhibitions and installations for museums, art centers, galleries and public spaces around the world. He has been awarded a number of architecturally- based commissions. Miguel Chevalier's digital works are in constant metamorphosis, plunging us into a magical, poetic and very contemporary universe. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Selection) 2016 Voûtes Célestes, Nuit Blanche, Saint-Eustache Church, Paris (FRA) Onde Pixel - Lo Sguardo di... Miguel Chevalier, UniCredit Pavilion, Milano (ITA) Magic Carpets, IF: Milton Keynes International Festival, Middleton Hall, centre:mk, Milton Keynes (UK) Mosaïque de Pixels, Yia Art Fair with Keza Gallery, Brussels (BEL) Power Pixels, LMS Gallery, Brussels (BEL) Complex Meshes, Origin of World and Pixels Wave, Lumiere London 2016, Piccadilly Circus, London (UK) 2015 Voxels Light, Saint-Eustache Church, Paris (FRA) Complex Meshes, Lumiere Festival, Durham Cathédral, Durham (UK) Dear World… Yours, Cambridge, King's College Chapel, Cambridge (UK) Yia Art Fair #05, solo show avec la Galerie Keza, Carreau du Temple, Paris (FRA) Méta-Territoires, Galerie Fernand Léger, Ivry-sur-Seine (FRA) Vortex, Lélia Mordoch Gallery, Paris (FRA) Paradis Artificiels, Domaine départemental de la Roche Jagu, Ploëzal (FRA) Pixels Wave, National Design Centre, Singapore Night Festival, Singapore (SNG) Pixels Wave, Malta Arts Festival, Malta Fractal Fowers and Liquid Pixels, Heart Ibiza (SPA) Paradis Artificiels, Domaine de La Roche Jagu, Ploezal (FRA) La Ola del Cine, Teatro Nacional facade, Festival Internacional de Cine, Panamá City, Panamá (PAN) Digital Arabesques, Cultural Season France-Morocco 2015, 4 installations with 4 French Institutes in Morocco : Derb Lâalouj in Essaouira ; Dar Benjelloun in Tétouan ; French Institute in Agadir; Dar Batha in Fès (MAR) 2014 Digital Paradise, The Space, Puerta Roja Gallery, Hong Kong Tapis Magiques, Heritage Days, Church of Sacré Coeur, Casablanca (MAR) Mémoire et Mutations, a-part Festival, Baux-de-Provence's ramparts (FRA) Power Pixels, Fundació Stämpfli, Sitges (SPA) Paradis Artificiels, Museum of Modern Art, Céret (FRA) Power Pixels, Utsikten Kunstsenter, Kvinesdal (NOR) 2013 El Origen del mundo, Filux, Festival Internacional de las Luces México, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico (MEX) Power Pixe Detailed Description :
EDUCATION 1983 Degrees in fine art and archaeology, Université de Paris La Sorbonne (FRA) 1983 Graduate of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (FRA) 1983 Degree in visual arts, Université de Paris Saint Charles (FRA) 1981 Graduate of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris (FRA) Grants and Residences 2004 Artist-in-Residence, Riad Denise Masson, Marrakech (MAR) 1993-94 Artist-in-Residence, Villa Kujoyama, Kyoto (jpn) 1991 Artist-in-Residence, Casa Velazquez, Madrid (spa) (SPA) 1991 Workshop Coordinator, Museo Internacional de Electrografia, Cuenca (spa) 1989 Fellowship, Musashino University, Toyko (jpn) 1988 Fellowship, Institut des Hautes Etudes en Arts Plastiques de Paris – Founder: Pontus Hulten, Paris (fra) 1984 Visiting Artist, School of Visual Arts of New York (usa) 1983 Visiting Artist, Pratt Institute, New York (usa) Artist's Documents: Biographie & Resumes  
Julio Le Parc
Biography : Julio Le Parc, was born in 1928 in Mendoza, Argentina. From 1943 to 1946 he attended the night courses at the School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires where he met the Concrete Art group and Lucio Fontana who bought one of Le Parc ́s drawings. Due to a French scholarship, the artist arrived in Paris in 1958 and visited Vasarely. Along with García Rossi, Morellet, Sobrino, Stein and Yvaral, he founded GRAV (Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel, 1960-1968) and since then he lives and works in Paris. As part of his ongoing search on the surface, geometrical shapes and a meticulous order, Le Parc has created since 1959 his experimentation work with movement and light. In 1963, he made the first penetrable of Labrynth in conjunction with GRAV for the Third Paris Biennial. In 1966 he had his first solo exhibition in New York City and obtained the Great International Painting Award at the Venice Biennial. Exhibition : PAMM
Julio Le Parc - Blue Mobil
Blue Mobil 2016
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Our mission is the enrichment of the Visual Arts community by offering quality exhibits of established international artists and by providing a platform for the introduction of emerging global talents.
Thomas Granovsky  
Daniel Fiorda   artist director
Lelia Mordoch  
The Lelia Mordoch Galerie first opened in Paris in 1992. With an initial focus in cutting- edge abstract work, the Gallery exhibited the work of GRAV group artists such as Horacio García Rossi, Julio Le Parc, François Morellet, Francisco Sobrino, and Yvaral. Soon after, the Galerie opened towards mural sculpture, and the figurative work of artists Antonio Saint Silvestre or Francois Monchâtre, among others.
In the year 2000, the Galerie moved to the Rue Mazarine, where is now located. During its twenty years, the Galerie has presented high quality art in 101 personal exhibitions and 39 group shows. Also, the gallery has been an active presence in the international art fairs, exhibiting at over 100 fairs in France and abroad. The galerie regularly edits catalogs of its solo shows, and since 2004, the Galerie has devoted itself to book editing.
In 2009, after several years of active presence in the South Florida international fairs, the Galerie opened in the Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. With over 4000 sf, the gallery provides ample exhibition space, a dedicated Video room, and artist workspace for the support and encouragement of artists in residence.
Since its opening, the Wynwood space has brought to South Florida a high standard of art, presented with professionalism and a depth of curatorial perspective. We are proud to present the work of established international artists, and to be able to feature the work of some of South Florida’s most compelling local artists.
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