Articles of ‘Lelia Mordoch Gallery’

Miguel Chevalier: Virtual Encounters

Miguel Chevalier: Virtual Encounters

By Heike Dempster
How do we interact with the space around us? How do we inform the city and how does the city inform us? What are the structures of cities and life in the future? Miguel Chevalier reaches for a technological, futuristic and seemingly abstract register to describe the city and urbanism and [...]



Laura Nillni: No sé cuántas estrellas

Laura Nillni: No sé cuántas estrellas

Lélia Mordoch Gallery - Miami

A circumference on a chalkboard, a right triangle, a rhomb, are forms which we can fully intuit; the same held true with Ireneo for the tempestuous mane of a stallion, a herd of cattle in a pass, the ever-changing flame or the innumerable ash, the many faces of a [...]



L’Oeil Phénomène

L’Oeil Phénomène

Vasarely Foundation - Aix-en-Provence, France
By Raisa Clavijo
“L’ Oeil Phénomène” (The Eye Phenomenon) at the Vasarely Foundation revolves around the legacy of GRAV (Group de Recherches d’Art Visuel) and its influence on contemporary art. The exhibition assembles works by Horacio García Rossi, Julio Le Parc, François Morellet, Francisco Sobrino, Joël Stein and Jean-Pierre Yvaral. [...]



There is a light that never goes out. An Interview with Julio Le Parc

There is a light that never goes out. An Interview with Julio Le Parc

Julio Le Parc is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century, a once young creator who migrated to Paris to become a leading voice among artist-activists and a pioneer in the use of light and color in his works. A relentless researcher into the field of art-as-experience who famously [...]



Daniel Fiorda: Nostalgic Hardware

Daniel Fiorda: Nostalgic Hardware

Lelia Mordoch Gallery - Miami
By Janet Batet
One of the most typifying traits of our contemporary society is the accelerated pace of the modernization we face daily. In this process, where innovation is the key to success for consumerism, the market creates a fictitious need that keeps us in perpetual anxiety. This concern, which certainly meets [...]