Acclaimed by many art collectors and art critics, Vidho Lorville’s artwork is currently part the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation art collection (New Orleans, Louisiana - art collection purchased in 2014), the National Museum of Mexican Art (Chicago, Illinois - installation commission 2010), and the McKenna Museum of African American Art (New Orleans, Louisiana - art collection purchased in 2002).
Vidho Lorville‘s work received artistic 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. In the summer of 2002 he was a selected artist participant of the Skowhegan Art School of Painting and Sculpture residency program. 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.
Lorville’s art exhibitions across the US and abroad are subjects to good art reviews by many art critics from establish publications. Journalist and HBO film editor Lolas Eric Elie will be the first American writer to publish an interview with Vidho Lorville for the New Orleans Times Picayune news paper titled “For Haitian painter art is a gray area,” in October 26th, 2001. The article was about the body of work of Lorville first solo art show in the crescent city that was currently on display.
Prints by Vidho Lorville