Julio le Parc

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Ausstellungen
Einzelausstellung2013Julio le ParcPalais de TokyoParis, France
Gruppenausstellung2012SuprasensorialHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture GardenWashington, D.C., États-Unis
Gruppenausstellung1998GRAV. Stratégies de participationLe Magasin Centre National d'Art ContemporainGrenoble, France
Einzelausstellung1970Julio le Parc, RétrospectiveCasa de las AmericasLa Havane, Cuba
Einzelausstellung1969Julio le Parc, RetrospectiveModerna MuseetStockholm, Schweden


Sammlungen
Louisiana Museum of Modern ArtHumlebaek
The Museum of Fine ArtsHouston, TX, USA
Musée National d’Art Moderne Georges PompidouParis


Bibliograpie
Sammelkatalog1961Bewogen BewegingAmsterdam, Stockholm Stedelijk Museum, Moderna Museet
Monographisch2013SkiraJulio Le Parc. ReliéHans Ulrich Obrist, Jean-Louis Pradel978-2081295841Paris Arnauld Pierre


2004
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Projekte

Brescia, Italien
Im Jahr 2004 produzierte mit Yvonne Argenterio er bei Elettrofiamma, Italien, eine Reihe von Skulpturen (Torsions) und präsentierte sie in er Ausstellung "Verso la Luce" in der Burg von Boldeniga (Brescia, Italien). Ferner war im Schlossgarten die monumentale Skulptur "Verso la Luce" zu sehen.

2004
1995
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Projekte

Paris, Frankreich
Le Parc restores a set of his works of lights, specifically those of the sixties, for a retrospective exhibition in Espace Art Brenne, Parc Naturel Régional de La Brenne, France titled “The light-years”.

1995
1987
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Auszeichnungen

Cuenca, Équateur
Erster Preis der Biennale internationale de Cuenca, Équateur.

1987
1972
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Ausstellungen

Düsseldorf, Deutschland
Important retrospective exhibition at the Kunsthalie in Dusseldorf, with several rooms, notably one for games with visitors’ interaction; surveys, games-surveys, the making of an experiment with Fromanger and Merri Jolivet, about postcards.

1972
1960
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Projekte

Paris, Frankreich
Le Parc gehört neben François Morellet, Horacio Garcia Rossi, Francisco Sobrino, Joël Stein und Yvaral im Jahr 1960 zu den Mitbegründern der Künstlergruppe Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel (GRAV). Le Parc lebt und arbeitet in Paris.

1960
1947 - 1955
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Ausbildung

Buenos Aires, Argentinien
Julio Le Parc besuchte die Escuela de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires (Nationale Hochschule der bildenden Künste) Im Jahr 1958 ging er nach Paris. Er arbeitete dort im Atelier von Victor Vasarely.

1947 - 1955
1928
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Geboren

Mendoza, Argentinien
Julio Le Parc ist ein argentinischer Kinetischer Künstler und Vertreter der Op-Art.

1928

 "Generally speaking, I have tried, through my experiments, to elicit a different type of behavior from the viewer […] to seek, together with the public, various means of fighting off passivity, dependency or ideological conditioning, by developing reflective, comparative, analytical, creative or active capacities." Julio Le Parc  

A precursor of kinetic art and Op Art, founding member of G.R.A.V. [Visual Art Research Group] and recipient of the Grand Prize for Painting at the 33rd Venice Biennale in 1966, Julio Le Parc (b. 1928 in Argentina, lives and works in Cachan) is a major figure of art history. The socially conscious artist was expelled from France in May 1968, after participating in the Atelier Populaire and its protests against major institutions. A defender of human rights, he fought against dictatorship in Latin America. An uncompromising personality, in 1972 he refused to hold a retrospective exhibition at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, after flipping a coin to make the decision. Julio Le Parc’s examinations of the visual spectrum, of movement, light, and of the relationship between the work and the spectator, remain highly relevant today. The visitor’s physical involvement and visual disturbance, as well as the reduction or expansion of shapes, are foremost concerns for the many artists who continue to build today on Le Parc’s research. The exhibition illustrates the extent to which the work of this artist, still young at 84 years of age, remains current, to convey his spirit of investigation and experimentation, and to allow the public to discover, or rediscover, his generous, playful and visionary work.

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Besondere MerkmaleKinetische Kunst
Fokus: Licht-basierte Arbeiten
Continuel lumière cylindre photo Continuel lumière cylindre 1962 Julio le Parc 
Continuel-mobile, continuel-lumière photo Continuel-mobile, continuel-lumière 1963 Julio le Parc 
Form into Action photo Form into Action 2016 Julio le Parc