Vincent Di Vincenzo, Sculptor

Toro

Toro
cement, tiles
16.5 feet


PoissonniËre

PoissonniËre
cement, tiles
18 feet
Coq

Coq
cement, tiles
12 feet

Maya

Maya I
Stainless Steel
12 feet
Maya

Maya II
Stainless Steel
12 feet
Maya

Maya III
Stainless Steel
12 feet

Coba

Coba
Corten
10' x 20' x 12'
Bateau ivre

Bateau ivre
Corten
33'


 
Personal
  Vincent is an self-taught in sculpture. He was born in the north of France and has travelled all over the world since he was 18. To earn his living, while travelling, he learned different trades --carpenter, brick layer, stone cutter, reinforced concrete and architecture. He worked on restoring cathedral and monuments in Europe and Canada and from there began to study sculpture, drawing, painting on his own. He also learned portrait sculpture with Arto in Montreal.

In various countries he worked as a practitioner for different sculptors and learned the trade of monumental sculptures from them. He later gave classes of sculpture in the Saydie Bronfman Fine Arts School in Montreal for 5 years.

For twenty years he has worked in his own studios, in Canada, Mexico and France (paintings, drawings, stained-glass, out and indoor sculptures). He also works in concrete (masonry techniques) covered with mosaics, and in different steels (Corten, stainless and black).

He has been commissioned for outdoor sculptures for private collections as well as towns and museums in Canada, France and Mexico.

 

Commissions
  Mexico, several outdoor sculptures in the same site this last ten years
France, FouquiËres-Lez-Lens four outdoor stainless sculptures
France, Avesnes-Le-Comte stained-glass
France, Paris Depa International indoor sculpture
France, CourriËres , stained-glass
France, Auby outdoor sculpture
France, Sin-Le-Noble outdoor sculpture
France, Avesnes-Le-Comte, painting, low relief's and murals
Mexico, fountain and low relief's

Collections
  International symposium, Museum of Tultepec Mexico, 2001
International symposium, Museum of Granby P.Q. Canada, 2000
Museum Miguel Urban Tultepec Mexico, 2000
France, Lapalisse, L'Art en Marche Museum, 2002
Other private collections in Japan, Mexico, Canada, USA, Europe


Exhibitions
  France, Museum of fine arts of Le Touquet, 04/12/03 to 06/30/03
France, Montreuil Museum, 19 04/12/03 to 06/30/03
France, Berck Museum, 04/12/03 to 06/30/03
France, Etaples, Quentovic Museum, 04/12/03 to 06/30/03
Holland, Amsterdam Glazenhus Amstel Park, 2003
Holland, Breda, Facta Nova Gallery, 2003
Mexico, Tijuana, 2003
Mexico, Canpeche and Montery, University Nuevo Leon, 2000
France, Paris VI, COSI, annual


Bilhenry Gallery

Address inquiries to Vincent Di Vincenzo at bilhenry1@gmail.com
or call 414.332.2509


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