Leandro Erlich is an internationally exhibited Argentine conceptual artist.
Leandro Erlich (born 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina).In 2001 he represented his nation at the Venice Biennial and was included in the main section of the biennial once again in 2005.The artist’s work was also included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial and the 2001 Istanbul Biennial.In 2008 Erlich created a swimming pool installation which was on display at MoMA PS1 in the Long Island City section of Queens, New York City.
In summer 2013, Erlich exhibited Dalston House, an optical illusion at the Dalston Mill site in Dalston, East London with a huge mirror suspended at 45° (from the horizontal) over a life-size model of the façade of a Victorian terraced townhouse placed horizontally on the ground, giving the appearance of visitors climbing or hanging off the side of the building.
Maison Fond (2015) Nuit Blanche 2015, Ville de Paris, ADAGP ,Paris, France
Pulled by the Roots (2015),Globale, ZKM,Karlsruhe, Germany
Monte-Meubles. L’Ultime Déménagement (2012)Le Voyage à Nantes, Nantes, France
Dalston House, Optical Illusion ,Bâtiment (2004)La Nuit BlancheParis, France
Dalston House huge mirror installation
Swimming Pool (1999).Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa,Kanazawa, Japan
To see more: http://www.leandroerlich.com.ar/#works