Leandro Erlich was born in Argentina in 1973; lives and works in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay). As a conceptual artist, his work explores the perceptual bases of reality and our capacity to interrogate these same foundations through a visual framework. The architecture of the everyday is a recurring theme in Erlich’s art, aimed at creating a dialogue between what we believe and what we see, just as he seeks to close the distance between the museum or gallery space and daily experience. The celebrated installation Bâtiment (Nuit Blanche, Paris, France, 2004) has been reproduced in countries across the globe (France, The UK, Australia, Japan, Argentina, Ukraine, Austria). Recent solo exhibitions include “Seeing and Believing” (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017), “Liminal” (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, 2019) and “The Confines of The Great Void ” (CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2019).