Sebastien Leon's art, grounded in abstract mathematical forms, tests the physicality and sound of space and time. Now based in Los Angeles, Sebastien was born in Blois, France and left home at 17 to pursue a degree in mathematics. His career, initially in the corporate world, has evolved into a rich multi-disciplinary body of work spanning music, art and experiential design. Sebastien’s work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums such as Paris’s Palais de Tokyo, New York’s Park Avenue Armory, Beijing’s UCCA, and Milan’s Palazzo della Triennale. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Le Figaro, Surface, Architectural Digest and Dezeen. In addition to his independent artistic work, Sebastien develops artistic projects for architectural clients and brands such as Krug, Audemars Piguet and Audi.
Leon co-created a luxury furniture collection, Atelier d'Amis, with interior architect Valerie Pasquiou and furniture entrepreneur Philippe Boccara.