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EXHIBITIONS

Our exhibitions are curated art collections on various subjects that are ready to show. These exhibits are not only highly aesthetic, but also serve as a strong educational tool to inspire preservation of the environment around the world. Each exhibition can be an individual proposal or combined to create mega exhibitions and have been curated by Dr. Eduardo Planchart Licea, the famous critic and historian of Latin American art.

Fishes of the Orinoco in the Wild Exhibition

With more than a hundred expeditions and innumerable publications in different countries, Mikolji has demonstrated the authenticity and originality of

H2O exhibition

The artist’s philosophy is to inspire through aesthetics to preserve one of the most important elements on the planet, on which all living beings depend.

Ivan Mikolji from Landscapes to Abstraction

Ivan Mikolji from Landscapes to Abstraction is a natural journey starting with incredible landscapes and then submerging the spectator into waterscapes

Venezuelan Orchids

Ivan Mikolji’s photographs have become paradigmatic images of scientific publications in international books and magazines. They are highly valued bot

A Tribute to Humboldt by Mikolji

Ivan Mikolji has devoted much of his life to photography to make known the biodiversity of the Amazon basin. His exploration projects and documentatio

Aquatic Photographs and Paintings

Ivan Mikolji as researcher and explorer created a photographic language, which is indebted to the refraction of light in water, its transparency

Ivan Mikolji Between Science and Art

Having embarked on more than one hundred expeditions and his work published in innumerable international publications, Ivan Mikolji has demonstrated

Water Reflections

Ivan Mikolji turns water reflections into unusual images, thanks to his expertise in using the reflection of light when it goes through the surface

Caño Cristales / River of Five Colors

Explorer and artist Ivan Mikolji made a photographic portfolio of Caño Cristales, in the mountains of La Macarena, department of Meta, Colombia.

NEW ENGLAND FLORA

A photographic notebook of plants found in New England, USA.

CATALOGUES

Our exhibitions are curated art collections on various subjects that are ready to show. These exhibits are not only highly aesthetic, but also serve as a strong educational tool to inspire preservation of the environment around the world. Each exhibition can be an individual proposal or combined to create mega exhibitions and have been curated by Dr. Eduardo Planchart Licea, the famous critic and historian of Latin American art.

Redeye Piranha 2 Artwork Catalogue

In the series you will find titles as “Chiguao Redeye” which refers to the Serrasalmus rhombeus that George Fear and I found in the confluence between the Chiguao and the Paragua River.

Solunar Fish Series Artwork Catalogue

I have a very light veneration towards the sun and the moon. When I get out of a cold stream in the wild, shivering, and the sun warms me up, it makes me feel alive and fills me with a profound feelin

Redeye Piranha Artwork Catalogue

“Redeye Piranha are solitary fish, lurking silently for their prey. To me they are beautiful mystical
creatures.”

Blue Fish Inspirational Tribute Series Artwork Catalogue

The Blue Fish Inspirational Tribute Series is my way to commemorate the very special people who inspired my work. Some of these people are very well known in the aquarium hobby and some are not

Tribute to Altum Angelfish Series Artwork Catalogue

The first time I saw Altum Angelfish (Pterophyllum altum) I fell in love with them immediately. They looked majestic, elegant; a superb creation of nature.⁠ I felt so moved I had to paint a tribute to them.

Ichtyoform Series Artwork Catalogue

In my 100+ expeditions throughout Venezuela, I was welcomed and helped by many “real” Venezuelans. Getting to know and share with so many interesting people from so many different tribes gave me a be
tter understanding of my place on earth.

Tribute to Cardinal Tetra Artwork Catalogue

Cardinal Tetras are my muse. Their intense blue and red colors awaken my creativity, evoking hours of artistic ideas, tests, and experiments. I look for ways to strip down the essence of this fish int
o simpler forms.