Jean-François Boclé

Jean-François Boclé is an artist based in Paris. He was born in Martinique in 1971 where he lived for 17 years. He studied art at the École nationale supérieure d’art de Bourges (1992-95) and at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris (1995-98). His work has been displayed, among other places, at the Van Gogh Museum (solo show in the frame of the exhibition Gauguin & Laval in Martinique, Amsterdam), at the Saatchi Gallery in London (group show Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America in 2015 and 2019), at the Queens Museum (Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, New York), at the National Museum of World Culture (Stockholm), at the CCK Centro Cultural Kirchner (Buenos Aires), at the MAC Bolivia, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo-MAC (Chili) at the MAC Panamá, at the MAC Puerto Rico, at the Philharmonie de Paris - Cité de la Musique, at the BildMuseet (Sweden), at the Modern and CAC Contemporary Art Museum ILHAM Gallery (Kuala Lumpur), at the Mémorial ACTe (Guadeloupe), at the Kunsthal KadE (Netherlands), at the Pabellón Cuba (La Habana), at the CUC Liverpool (UK). He participated to 13 international biennials in Europe, Latin America, Caribbean and Asia. Jean-François Boclé is represented in the public collection of the FNAC Fond National d'Art Contemporain and in private collections such as the Saatchi Collection. He was pre-sectioned for the construction of the Slavery Memorial at the Tuileries (Paris).
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