Leandro Erlich

Argentinean artist Leandro Erlich is known for installations that seem to defy the basic laws of physics, challenging audiences’ sense of reality.  In Erlich’s own words: ‘We usually take familiar spaces for granted; I find them important because this is where life actually happens. The ambition is to create a fiction from the ordinary.’

Swimming Pool, 2001

Elevator Shaft, 2011

Single Cloud Collection, 2012

Dalston House 2013

Erlich’s works also draws inspiration from film directors like Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch and Roman Polanski.

The View, 2005

Window and Ladder, Too Late For Help, 2008

Cabinet de Psychanalyste, 2005

Smoking Room, 2006

Through the wall 3, 2007

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