Leandro Erlich is active/lives in New York / Argentina. Leandro Erlich is known for sculptor-installation.
Biography Leandro Erlich
Born in Argentina, Leandro Erlich is an installation artist who describes himself as a Home Depot junkie. His SoHo studio is filled with nails, paint cans, and discarded parts--all mediums for his sculpture, which are environments created to give the sensation of looking into the interiors through key holes. Some of his titles are "The Living Room," and "Elevator." His installation work was part of the Whitney Biennial in 2000, and he is committed to viewer interaction, believing that to be the finishing touch to the work.
He credits his father, an architect, for arousing his interest in building. He attended a local art college for a year, but found that boring. He then attended the Glassell School of Art in Houston, Texas and began
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