Born in 1953 - France
Jean-Yves Cousseau is a french artist born in 1953, working and living in the Paris area. He studied at the Beaux-Arts School in Nantes.
His artistic quest is linked to photography, a field in which he experimented with different formats and various techniques. His experience includes a wide range of activities such as filming, staging, and even working with oxidation.
Jean-Yves Cousseau has illustrated texts in many publications ("Lieux d'écrits", "Quantités discrètes" ...) and in artists' books ("Sommes", "Petite épopée"...). His work titled "Manière Noire" on the Musée Rodin reserves and the Paris area foundries led to several exhibits. He has also created videos, staged exhibits and ensured the graphic conception of catalogs for numerus museums as well as for the "Réunion des Musées Nationaux" (Meeting of National Museums).
Fondation Royaumont, Fotographie Forum de Francfort, Musée de la photographie de Bièvres, Visivarosi Galeria de Budapest, Galerie Pennings d’ Eindhoven, Musée du Luxembourg de Paris, Fondation Pierre Gianadda à Martigny, Musée de l’Orangerie, Fondation Coubertin à Saint- Remy -lès- Chevreuse, Centre d’art la Passerelle à Brest, Musée/muséum de Gap……Avec la galerie Artem, il intervient sur les vitraux de la chapelle du Domaine de Trévarez en Bretagne. La Galerie Pierre Brullé défend son travail pendant plusieurs années.Actualité : il exposera à la Maison Européenne de la Photographie en janvier 2017.Read more
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