Claude Lévêque’s work refers to popular culture, the day to day environment, and to mental images. He builds atmospheres, environments and objects, dramatically reinforcing the imagery of his installations using light and sound to provoke visual and conceptual emotion. The aim is to let the viewer see things in other ways, to arrive at new perceptions. The essential, in Lévêque's installations, is that we should live with them and let them enter into us.
His installations or scenographies have been exhibited in numerous museums or institutions in France and abroad, for example: the Louvre, CRAC of Sète, the French Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale, MAC / VAL in Paris, MAMCO in Geneva, and ARC/ Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris.
Courtesy of Bernard Chauveau
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