Julio Le Parc
Born 1928, Mendoza, Argentina
1950s Moves to Paris, where he currently resides.
1964 Receives the Special Prize at the Premio Internacional Torcuato Di Tella.
1966 Receives an award at the International Painting Grand Prix at the XXXIII Venice Biennale, Italy. First solo exhibition at Howard Wise Gallery, New York.
1967 First retrospective exhibition at the Instituto Di Tella, Buenos Aires.
1968 Expulsion from Paris. Travels to various countries in Europe for five months until the restriction is overturned.
1970 Participates in Unofficial Latin America exhibition in Paris and the Medellin Biennial in Columbia.
1972 Collaborates on the collective work Torture with the Denuncia group.
1975 Joins the International Brigade of Antifascist Painters.
2013 Solo exhibition at Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
2014 Solo exhibitions at Casa Daros in Rio de Janeiro and the Museu de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires.
Le Parc has had many retrospective exhibitions in various cities including Havana, Düsseldorf, Montevideo, Caracas, Asunción, Mexico City, Stockholm, Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, Santiago de Chile, and Porto Alegre.