Lefevre Jean Claude

Lefevre Jean Claude (born Jean-Claude Lefevre in Coutances, 1946) has lived and worked in Gentilly since 1985. From 1977 onwards, Jean Claude began the work of notating and archiving, making writing his preferred medium. Between 1993 and 2018, he produced twenty-five Lectures expositions (Readings Exhibitions); in 2016, he took part in Une rétrospective d'expositions fermées (A Retrospective of Closed Exhibitions) organized by Mathieu Copeland at the Fri Art, Kunsthalle Fribourg.
 Lefevre Jean Claude - LJC Ephemera
French edition
Captures - Artist's books
sold out
Edition at 1:1 scale of Lefevre Jean Claude's notebook insertions—an investigation into the work of art at work.
 Lefevre Jean Claude - LJC Notations 1977-2007
French edition
Incertain Sens - Grey Series
An extensive investigation on art conducted for thirty years by an artist for whom the archives constitute an artistic material in its own right.
 Lefevre Jean Claude - Textes pour suite (coffret) - Pennadoù da heul + Texte zur Folge + Teksty do dalszego ciagu & Texts as Follows
Incertain Sens - Artist's books and editions
Three artist's books in a box set.
 Lefevre Jean Claude - LJC, éditeur à compte d\'auteur /  La pensée en transparence, l\'insert en tant que lieu d\'exposition du travail de l\'art au travail de Lefevre Jean Claude
French edition
CDLA (Centre des livres d'artistes)
Two texts by Jean-Charles Agboton-Jumeau et Marion Hohlfeldt on Lefevre Jean Claude, with some “inserts” by the artist on divider pages.

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