Exhibition venues
Musée national Marc Chagall
La Maison, galerie singulière


Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Ball Drawing, Nice, 21.11.2010

Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Ball Drawing, Nice, 21.11.2010

Jean-Baptiste Ganne

Born in 1972, France, Jean-Baptiste Ganne lives and works in Nice. He studied at Villa Arson, Nice and was a resident artist at Rijksakademie in Amsterdam in 2003-2004 and in Villa Medici in Rome until April 2007. With various modes of expression as photography, writing, performances, video and installations, the activities of Jean-Baptiste Ganne are articulated around the “representation of politics and the politic of representations” He illustrated Marx’s Capital chapter by chapter (The Illustrated Capital, 1998-2003), he has been on strike (cooking) for six days during open studios in Rijksakademie (The Cookist, 2003) or decided to spread out his production budget converted to ten cents coins in Rome (Senza Titolo (All that Glitters is Gold), 2007). He exhibited with WHW in Zagreb (2001) published with Fotohof in Salzburg (2003), showed at Ellen de Bruijne Project in Amsterdam (2005 and 2006) and conceived ‘El albergue holandès’ at La Station in Nice (2006) as well as participating in many internationally renowned exhibitions.

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