Luis Millé (1967), studied Art at the Cristóbal Rojas School of Visual Arts, Caracas, Venezuela (1990). He began his exhibition career in 1989 and in 2009 was honored at the National Biennial of Sculpture in Nueva Esparta, Venezuela, by the Museo Nacional para la Escultura Francisco Narváez.
In 2015, he received the National Prize Armando Reverón awarded by the Venezuelan Association of Fine Artists (AVAP) and two years later, in 2017, was honored by the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) Venezuela for his recognized international presence.
Millé has participated in exhibition across the globe as in Galerie Denise René, France (2017); GBG ARTS, Venezuela (2017); Featured Programing at La Art Show, Los Angeles (2017) and Art Palm Beach (2018); ARAM Art Museum, South Korea (2014); Alejandro Otero Museum, Venezuela (2013); Cultural Center, Brazil (2008) and the Toyamura International Sculpture Biennial, Japan (2006, 2004).
Millé's work comprises a unique three-dimensional proposal where colorful visuals and voids convey.
The artist defines his work as a phenomenology of space based on the
conception of three-dimensionality as a dynamic condition through inflection,
expansion and tension, where the exhibition space becomes the artwork. Fragile elastic lines form a variety of visuals arranged in different orientations from floor to ceiling following a powerful and rigorous geometric order. Carved volumes are expanded while the elements separate from the body of the piece to intensify contrast among voids.