MOCHE § ATROCHE
MOCHE ATROCHE, Visual Artist, born February 1st of 1988 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Moche studied Visual Arts in Pilar’s City Superior Institute of Art & Creativity (ISACP in Spanish: Instituto Superior de Arte & Creatividad de Pilar). He perfected himself afterwards in Versailles, France in master’s Hubert Bejui Atélier studio.
Moche is recognized by the Argentine Embassy in the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, as an Argentine Representative Artist by Minister Juan Betervide. He is likewise recognized in this same manner by the Argentine Embassy in the German Federal Republic by Minister Victorio Taccetti.
In 2012 he displayed his work at the Grand Palais in Paris, France, at the 223rd edition of “Le Salon, Art en Capital”, organized by the “Société des Artistes Français. Moche received compliments/praises from the principle of the “Madame Viviane Guybet” association.
His artwork has been presented in Germany, Belgium, Canada, U.S.A and France among other countries. In 2013 the borough/municipality of Pilar officially recognized Moche as a “Pilarense” Artist; at the beginning of 2014 Moche received the “Identidad Federal” (Federal Identity) Prize, thus recognizing him as a prominent international figure among the Plastic Arts world.