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Matheu uses a figurative graphic language to express diverse stories that create, in the viewer, a finding of the lesson of a story. For more than 20 years Leonel Matheu’s work has been in different art galleries, art fairs and museums. They had taken place in many cities throughout the US and abroad such as in Japan, China, Korea, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Aruba, Mexico, Panama, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, and Argentina. His artwork is part of public collections in various art museums, and between them are the MOCA-Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami Beach, The Frost Art Museum at Florida International University in Miami, The Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables, The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach, The Georgia Museum of Art at University of Georgia in Athens, The Mobile Museum of Art in Alabama, The University Art Museum in Radford University, Virginia, among others. His creations can be viewed as an interactive artwork at the CultureScapes Gallery in the Young at Art Museum (YAA) of Broward County in Davie. In addition, Matheu’s work can be found through Art in Public Places in the US such as at Jackson South Community Hospital (Interior/ Wayfinding System) as part of the Miami-Dade Art in Public Places collection, “Vessel” Sculpture at the City of Hialeah, “Pedestriart” at Miami Midtown Park, and it has been extended to international levels at Comuna de Vitacura in Santiago de Chile. Recently, Matheu had a retrospective solo exhibition titled “Crossroads of the Dystopia” at The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum in FIU, and has been commissioned for a public art amphitheater canopy project at Zoo Miami in 2014. Currently, his work is on view at “Color of Latin” exhibition at The Gyeongnam Art Museum in South Korea. In several occasions Leonel Matheu had received national and international awards in recognition to his professional artistic career such as Seetal in Switzerland, and others.