Pepe Volcovich studied industrial design and worked as an illustrator for many years. In 1988 together with his brother Moy, he presented his first art exhibit. After a huge success selling all his artwork at the opening, Pepe completely devoted his career to painting.
The road has not been easy to say the least, but he has an impressive work of more than 300 original paintings in both private collections and public institutions in United States, Canada, Mexico, Uruguay, Europe and Israel.
Pepe’s work has appeared in over twenty solo and collective exhibits including: Pedro Gerson Gallery, The Museum of Mexico City, The Mizrachi Gallery, Art Expo in Los Angeles, Rally Museum in Uruguay, and more.
The work of Pepe shines in the most mysterious and unique ways. As a viewer, one is bound to ask existential questions, but at the same time, Pepe lets them breathe to interpret the works. He justifies the fact that an artist is a free being, a kind of magician who plays with colors and light the same way a child plays at the beach building sand castles.
Pepe is a very sensitive artist that through his art expresses his feelings, the pleasures and dramas of his life.