Jan 15, 2018

From Liniers to the World

Pérez Celis - Museo Virtual

"The art is probably the only activity that makes the human being permanent, because while the technology evolutions at the same time is getting outdated. The permanence is this special something that nobody can determine, the artist produces his work and it is the time that determines if the work is permanent in its intimate contents". Pérez Celis

Collection Museum of Modern Art Buenos Aires
El pez mágico. Oil on canvas. Buenos Aires, 1960
Collection National Museum of Fine Arts Argentina
Rey América. Oil on canvas. Buenos Aires, 1961
Museum of Contemporary Art, Lima
Collection MoMA, New York
Sol Negro. Serigraph 4/7 on paper. Buenos Aires, 1966
Collection Bunge & Born Foundation
El Sol Nuestro en Tierra Colorada. Acrylic on canvas. Buenos Aires, 1972
Bank of the Argentine Nation. Santiago del Estero Branch
Todos juntos la multiplicación. Installation of metal and wood Santiago del Estero, 1972
Museum of Fine Arts of Caracas
Studio in Paris
Lincoln Center
La presencia. Oil on canvas. New York, 1985
Collection Bunge & Born Foundation
Desprendimiento. Mixed media on canvas. Buenos Aires, 1986
Soho Studio
"Patio de la Madera"
Presencia transformadora (in restoration). Polychrome metal. Rosario, Argentina, 1988
Collection "Anita Shapolsky Gallery", New York
Pérez Celis book by Shapolsky Publisher
Casa Rosada Museum Collection (Presidency), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nuestra sangre II. Oil on wood and canvas. Buenos Aires, 1989
Soho Studio
Collection Terra Bank, Miami
¿Victoria de quién?. Sculpture Polychromed metal. New York, 1991
Executive Centre Tokyo
Executive Centre Tokyo
Collection Foundation Klemm
Presencia Maya - Mariposa. Oil on canvas. New York, 1992
Mercedes Benz Factory, Japan
University of Buenos Aires. Faculty of Design, Architecture and Urbanism
"Pérez Celis instills his energy"
National Library, Buenos Aires
"The night that a painter summenned a multitude"
University of Morón, Province of Buenos Aires
Universitas. Cement, bronze, polychromed iron. Buenos Aires, 1995
University of Morón, Province of Buenos Aires
El libro. Bronze and polyester fiber. Buenos Aires, 1995
National Museum of Fine Arts of Neuquén
Exhibition in hall Emilio Saraco
Boca Juniors Soccer Club, Buenos Aires
"The football murals"
Collection Museum Amalia Lacroze of Fortabat
Ventana para Matisse. Mixed media on canvas. Miami, 1996
University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires
El libro de la sabiduría. Mural. Buenos Aires, 1998
Central Park Building, Buenos Aires
Collection Building Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat
Angel protector. Wood and metal sculpture. Buenos Aires, 1998
Collection National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires
Astro Danza. Mixed media on canvas. Miami, 1999
Collection "Coral Springs Museum of Art", Florida
Blue situation. Mixed media on canvas. Miami, 2001
Syracuse University College of Visual Arts

Pérez Celis, Artista y Amigo
Dialogue Jose Emilio Burucúa - Mario Diament

Pérez Celis part of the brand "Argentina"

Fundación Pérez Celis
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Fundación Pérez Celis
Designers Iván Villani and Luz Arias

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