Argentinian artist resident in Paris. Born at Mendoza in the Argentine. Studied at the School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires; became interested in the group Arte Concreto-Invención and Fontana’s Spazialismo movement. Went to Paris with Sobrino in 1958 on a French government scholarship and settled there. In reaction against tachisme, took as starting-point the work of Vasarely, the writings of Mondrian and the tradition of Constructivism; began in 1959 to make geometrical abstract paintings based on predetermined systems, first in black and white, then in colour. Co-founder with Morellet, Sobrino, Yvaral and others of the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel 1960. In 1960 made his first reliefs and his first ‘Continual Mobiles‘, carrying his research into three dimensions, and introducing movement and light. Increasing interest in the active involvement of the spectator by means of labyrinths, play rooms, etc. First one-man exhibition at the Howard Wise Gallery, New York, 1966 and was awarded the main painting prize at the 1966 Venice Biennale. Lives in Paris.

Modulation 400 thére 89 à variation

Date: 1980
Technique: Acrilyque sur toile / Acrilyc on canvas
Size cm: 50 x 50 cm

Modulation 329

Technique: Acrylique sur toile/ Acrilyc on canvas
Date: 1979
size cm: 81 x 60 cm

Modulation 513

Technique: Acrylique sur toile/ Acrilyc on canvas
Date: 1981
Size cm: 81 x 60 cm

Julio LE PARC - Galería Duque Arango


Technique: Acrylique sur toile/ Acrilyc on canvas
Date: 1984
Size cm: 30 x 30 cm

Modulation 999

Technique: Oil on canvas
Date: 1988
Size cm: 50 x 50 cm