Born in 1973 and graduated from the Fresnoy National Studio of Contemporary Arts :
Jocelyn LE CREURER lives and works in Paris.
His pluridisciplinary work has seen him dedicate himself to theatrical adaptations and cinematographic staging of literary works in the form of short films (noticed and shown in different European festivals) or documentaries radios produced by the CNAP and France Culture such as Shepperton-Ballard, which he dedicated in 2014 to the sci-fi novelist JG Ballard.
Progressively, his work is oriented towards more documentary aspects which are the occasion for him to bring to light the contradictions and the visual paradoxes inscribed in the urban landscape, but also the passages of the human figures in a formatted landscape.
This research is presented in the form of a book published in 2010 Berlin Series Variations noted by art critic and writer Richard Crevier and by his first solo exhibition Le Sens du Detail presented in Paris in 2013 at the Legouvé gallery.
He is currently developing a feature film project and a documentary on the practice of the painter Marc Desgrandchamps.
One of the main originalities of his work lies in the fact that he establishes correspondences between different arts.
His gaze is resolutely poetic and subjective.
His photographic work has been exhibited at the European Photography Center, Mulhouse (France) (67) (National Scene) at the Noroit Art Center in Arras (62), Fougères, Bazouges la Pérouse (35), Icart (Cultural Institute of Management and Art) (75008) as part of the EXILS exhibition.
Jocelyn Le Creurer successively received installation Funds from the Drac Nord Pas de Calais in 2004 and production assistance from the Drac Pays de Loire in 2012 for a multimedia photo installation project.
His photographic work has been published in international journals (Le Moniteur, Domus, Elle Décor Italie.)