Vidho Lorville


Vidho Lorville's artwork is currently a part of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation art collection New Orleans, Louisiana, the National Museum of Mexican Art Chicago, the McKenna Museum of African American Art, New Orleans, Louisiana. He received rewards and fellowships from art institutions including the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation 2011, the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation 2006, the Joan Mitchell Foundation 2006, among others. Between 2005 and 2006, he was one of the selected artists for the studio space program of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, LMCC with an artist grant from the Andy Warhol foundation. In the summer of 2002, the jury's selection of his art portfolio granted him a full scholarship to be an artist participant of the Skowhegan Art School of Painting and Sculpture residency program of the same year. Vidho’s artwork has been exhibited widely in the US and abroad and he has received critical acclaim by critics and publications including New York 1 News, NY Times, NY Arts Magazine, and New Orleans Times Picayune News. In 2011, his ongoing community outreach project took the initiative to connect children of New Orleans and Haiti through the making of a public art project of a mural, which is documenting and sharing their experiences of natural disaster survivors of these two places. Vidho Lorville is currently living in the city of New York where he continues to make artwork and teach visual art.

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