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Lelia Mordoch Gallery

Lelia Mordoch   (Founder - Owner - Curator)

Jean de Lassus   (Paris Gallery Director)


Our mission is the enrichment of the Visual Arts community by offering quality exhibits of established international artists and by providing a platform for the introduction of emerging global talents.

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Julio Le Parc

  • Alain Le Boucher  (+)

    Biography : Born in France in 1950, Alain Le Boucher graduates from Art Institute of Aix-en- Provence in 1976 Since 2010 he is represented by Lelia Mordoch’s Gallery.

    Detailed Description : In 1978 he decided to apply micro-informatic to sculpture and in 1982 he created his first light sculpture that he called “Luchrone”. In 1984 he has his first exhibition in the CNRS (National center of scientific researches). He build the “immaterial” a light sculpture installation for the Museum of Modern Art of Paris in 1985 and begins to create monumental sculptures for towns in France like Bourges in 1986, Ornans in 1987, Reims in 1989, Argeles in 1992. From 1992 he goes on writing programs for his lights “musical scores” and works on astronomy and exhibits in France, Germany and Belgium.

  • Franck Loret  (+)

    Biography : Franck Loret Né le 19 juillet 1971 affilié à la Maison des artistes Vit et travaille à Paris

    Detailed Description : The work of Franck Loret draws upon an organic vocabulary, vegetal, molecular. The writing that we are made of: aesthetic of the minuscule, of the invisible. An expanded representation of the interior construction common to us all... The smallest common denominator. After a first life as an actor-playwright, Franck Loret (born in 1971) left the fiction of the theatre to devote himself completely to his work as a contemporary artist. At first exhibiting his work in paper - «Fragments intérieurs», expansive sculptures of papier mâché that led him to travel the world - he has now added vinyl to his field of exploration. Playing with the suppleness of this material, he lays out his alphabet. Flexible volumes and drawn like skins, his sculptures take on a light architectural aspect, dynamically inscribed in space. The air becomes palpable and space tangible. Making himself a witness of the stories that shape us, Franck Loret slides into the interstice to remind us that between the lines exists a space full of openings, of possibilities... This connection between the material and space, both simple and complex, gives this work, although young, a contemporary dimension.