Leandro Erlich lives and works between Paris, Buenos Aires and Montevideo. Over the past two decades, his work has been shown internationally and featured in the permanent collections of major museums and private collectors. His most recent exhibitions at the MORI Art Museum (Tokyo, 2017) and the HOW Art Museum (Shanghai, 2018) have attracted more than 600.000 of visitors. With Liminal, a major anthological exhibition at MALBA (Buenos Aires) and the show The Confines of The Great Void, at CAFAM (Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing), China’s premiere museum where he became the first non-Chinese artist to occupy the entire exhibition space and the currently touring retrospective in Brazil (CCBB Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia), he also broke all admission records. In December 2022, a new version of Liminal, the first anthological exhibition in the USA, was opened at PAMM, Miami. In April 2023, the first anthological exhibition in Europe was inaugurated at PALAZZO REALE, Milano, Italy.
Erlich has received numerous awards, including: The Roy Neuberger Exhibition Award (NY, 2017), the Nomination for the Prix Marcel Duchamp (Paris, 2006), the UNESCO Award (Istanbul, 2001), El Premio Leonardo (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, 2000), el Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Buenos Aires, 1992).
His work is featured in many private and public collections, including: The Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Tate Modern, London; Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; 21st Century Museum of Art Kanazawa, Japan; MACRO, Rome; The Jerusalem Museum; FNAC, France; Ville de Paris et SCNF, Gare du Nord, France; Voorlinden Museum, Netherlands; MUSAC, Spain; Towada.