Le Parc is a major figure of historical importance within kinetic and contemporary art. In Paris in 1960, he co-founded the influential collective Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel (GRAV), along with his peers.; Since 1959, Le Parc has continued on his own independent path, applying rigorous organizing principles to his paintings, whether exploring the use of fourteen scales of colors or white, gray, and black in endless varying yet precise combinations. Le Parc's work plays with light, color, and perception in energetic works that transform space, continually dissolving and recreating it.
Julio Le Parc has had solo exhibitions at the Serpentine, Palais de Tokyo, Met Breuer, as well as winning the International Grand Prize for Painting at the 33rd Venice Biennale in 1966.

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Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most
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