Claude Lévêque

TypeArtist
Male
Associated person(s)
URLsArtist's page
Wikipedia
Institutions/museums


Exhibitions
Solo exhibition2012La mort du cygne,Dallas ContemporaryDallas
Solo exhibition2006La Maison des mensongesMusée d'art contemporainMarseille
Project2004Northern lightsStation TGVLille
Solo exhibition1999KollapsLe ConsortiumDijon
Solo exhibition1996My WayARC/musée d'art moderne de la ville de ParisParis
Solo exhibition1987La chambre de VincentMuseum voor Hedendaagse KunstAntwerpen


Publications
Monography1996My WaySuzanne Pagé, Elein Fleiss, Olivier Zahm u.a.Paris ARC/Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris
Monography2013Beaux-Arts de Paris Editions/Institut Culturel Bernard MagrezHere I resMichel Nuridsany, Ashok Adiceam, Albine DufouleurParis 


2018
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Places of work / studios

Montreuil (Seine-Saint-Denis)., Frankreich

2018
2014 - 2015
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Projects

Paris, Frankreich
En 2014 et 2015, Claude Lévêque est invité par le musée du Louvre à habiller l'entrée du musée, la pyramide de Ieoh Ming Pei.

2014 - 2015
2011
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Awards

Paris, Frankreich
Lévêque lehnt die Nominierung zum Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur ab.

2011
1982
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Exhibitions

Paris, Frankreich
Lévêque nimmt an der XIIe Biennale de Paris teil.

1982
1970 - 1978
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Education

Paris, Frankreich
In den 70er Jahre beeinflusst durch Punk, New Wave, sucht in Paris die Begegnung mit Serge Kruger, ist beeindruckt von Edith Nylon, Stinky Toys, Taxi Girl, und den Stars Jacno, Marie-France, Elli Medeiros, Alain Pacadis…

1970 - 1978
1970
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Education

Bourges, Frankreich
Beginnt das Studium an der École des beaux-arts de Bourges. Stellt im Maison de la culture de Nevers Gina Pane, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Michel Journiac aus und organisiert Programme mit Experimentalfilmen.

1970
1953
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Born

Nevers (Nièvre), Frankreich

1953

Since early April 2014, Claude Lévêque’s red bolt of neon has surged through the centre of the Louvre’s glass pyramid, adding a defibrillating pulse to IM Pei’s original design, completed just over 25 years ago. Within the past week, the French artist has unveiled four impressive new projects around Paris, some more outwardly visible than others. In fact, his Louvre creation represented a two-part invitation, and the latest can be found in the subterranean medieval foundation walls of the museum. Here, Sous le plus grand chapiteau du monde (Part 2) ornaments the visitor boardwalk with a snaking violet neon stream overhead and jumbled masses of garden chairs bathed in sharp red light alongside. Dividing this extra-long readymade and the ancient stone – parts restored from the 12th century – is an expanse of white curtain, propelled by fans. The scene continues all the way to an enormous Sphinx – the neon halo-ing the granite sculpture (believed to be 4,600 years old) with a decidedly contemporary aura. A spare guitar accompaniment bathes the hall in sound, despite the tableau suggesting something unsettling—the aftermath of a battle, perhaps. ...

https://www.wallpaper.com/art/claude-leveque-unveils-fiac-installations-paris-louvre (8. 12. 2018)

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Aube bleue photo Aube bleue 2018 Claude Lévêque 
J'ai rêvé d'un autre monde photo J'ai rêvé d'un autre monde 2001 Claude Lévêque