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Jean-Marc Cerino

 ( 1965, Bourgoin-Jallieu)

Born in 1965, in Bourgoin-Jallieu, France.
Lives and works in Saint Étienne, France.

After he graduated in Fine Art, Jean-Marc Cerino settled in Saint Étienne, where he worked for the Museum of modern Art and become teacher at the School of Fine Art of Nîmes.
In addition to participate in exhibitions, Jean-Marc Cerino is invited in numerous conferences and seminars, he contributes in several publishing and projects with contemporary philosophers. He is also a member of the editorial board of the review De(s)générations.
Jean-Marc Cerino is a painter. He paints with wax or encaustic, a technique well known since the Antiquity that requires a meticulous and perfectly controlled know-how. During the XVIIIth century, the interest for antiquity provoked a great influence for this technique and its history. In the XXth century, few but not least important painters, Jasper Johns, Victor Brauner, Brice Marden, devoted themselves to its practice. Today, in a different way, Philippe Cognée and Jean-Marc Cerino have recourse to it as to claim their faith in the durability of painting. Jean-Marc Cerino incorporates his models and representations into a timelessness emphasized. However the artist works from photographs, flat images whose representations are deported outside of any reality by the technique and this from the shot time. The artist, with the choice of wax painting or walnut stain on a transparent support, highlights the fact that he doesn't paint these images as people want to reduce the real reality today, that is to say life in history. He paints from photographs in order to restore the truth anterior and posterior to the images that transcends the frame.
Solo shows at Ceysson Gallery
Jean-Marc Cerino, Saint-Étienne
March 10 - May 15, 2010

Jean-Marc Cerino, Paris
February 02 - March 23, 2013

Jean-Marc Cerino, Saint-Étienne
May 26 - July 23, 2016


Group shows at Ceysson Gallery
Bagarre Générale - 5 Ans, Saint-Étienne
March 24 - May 15, 2011


Exhibition to the gallery Bernard Ceysson

2009
Exposition Collective, Bagarre Générale / Dessins, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Saint-Etienne, voir la fiche de l'exposition.
Christine Blanchet-Vaque, Le nouveau choeur de l'église de Vassieux en Vercors : oeuvres de Jean-Marc Cerino et Carmelo Zagari, Arts, cultures et foi, n°37, septembre 2007, p. 14 à 16. (coécrit avec le frère Marc Chauveau, op)
Christine Blanchet-Vaque, Entretien avec Jean-Marc Cerino, actes du colloque Du spirituel dans l'art contemporain, Palais du Luxembourg, 31 janvier et 1er février 2003.Paris, éd. Ereme, 2003, p. 45 à 49.
Christine Blanchet-Vaque "A propos du projet de vitraux de la collègiale Saint-Barnard à Romans-sur-Isère", Vitraux d'ici, vitraux d'ailleurs, propos d'artistes, catalogue d'exposition, Grignan, éd. Complicités, 2001, 77p.

Catalogues ou éditions consacrés au travail de Jean-Marc Cerino

Dépositions II, Musée de Bourgoin-Jallieu, 2009.
Guillaume le Blanc, Lettre à un ami que je ne connais pas
Dans les lanières des seuils, Monastère royal de Brou, collection Varia, Fage édition, 2008.
Karim Ghaddab, Inventaire après liquidation
John Berger, Survivre aux murs
Jean-Marc Cerino, Hôtel Rivet, #22, 2008.
Daniel Dobbels, L'inconvenance du corps
Dépositions III, 2006.
Bernard Stiegler, Le temps de la prison
Dépositions I, Villa du Parc, 2005.
Michel Gaillot, Jean-Marc Cerino, Le lieu en offrande
Jean-Marc Cerino. Savoir, c'est se souvenir, Musée de Bourgoin-Jallieu, 2001.
Itzhak Goldberg, L'impression de la mémoire
Les Portefays, Éditions des Cahiers Intempestifs, 2000.
Frédéric Parmentier, Savoir, c'est se souvenir
Être, c'est être perçu, Éditions des Cahiers Intempestifs, 1999.
Jean-Claude Conésa, "Esse, est percipi"
Jean-Luc Nancy, Passage
Jean-Marc Cerino, SICMMAT Art Contemporain, 1996.
Jacques Beauffet, Jean-Marc Cerino