Moy, Alejandro

“Heading for Goal”

“Heading for Goal”
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Argentinian Contemporary

Argentinian artist, born in 1954. He graduated as an architect and studied drawing at the School of Art in Buenos Aires. Moy enjoys a position of prestige and popularity with his classic works on equestrian themes, especially polo. He possesses a great ability for representing movement – this is the essence of his art – the horse and the man in action. Just with a few vigorous strokes of his brush, he sums up the spirit of the sport. He uses different techniques with oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, and inks.

Since 1988, he has held more than 50 art exhibitions around the world, and winning important prizes too; Art Expo New York, Osaka International Fair Japan, Jan van der Togt Museum, and Salentein Court Gallery Holland, Beresford Gallery Washington, Chisholm Gallery Palm Beach, Desert Palm Hotel Dubai, Metropolitan Hotel Tianjin China, JFK International Airport New York, The Claudia Galerie Houston, Rio Hotel Las Vegas, Amdean Gallery London among others.

He has been invited to show his art and to deliver special commissions to His Highness the Sultan of Brunei, the Sultan of Malaysia, the Maharajahni of Jaipur, and many important collectors from: England, USA, Australia, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Holland, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, South Africa, Barbados, Philippines, Lebanon, Morocco, India, Japan, Poland, Arab Emirates, and China.


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