Jean-Claude BAUDOT

06.15.87.07.05 / baudotjc@yahoo.fr

Jean-Claude BAUDOT  

12 passage Bourgoin 75013 Paris, France

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C. RIGAL

Exposition "Cejar et ses secrets techniques
oeuvres des 80's - collection baudot"

Domaine de Rombeau (Rivesaltes) -  6 décembre 2018 au 6 janvier 2019

EDUCATION

M.S., Columbia University, New York.

B.S., Columbia University, New York.

Bachelor, University of Paris.

POSITIONS

Founder & Executive Co-Director

International Museum of Electrography (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Cuenca, Spain)

President

International Biennal of Electrography (Valencia, Spain)

Founder & Organizer

Biennal of Electrography (Paris, France).

Founder & Organizer

International Festival of Avant-garde Postcards (4 continents).

Honorary Director

Museum of Photocopy (Mülheim/Rurh, Germany).

Honorary Vice-Director

Copy Art Center (Montreal, Canada).

Founding Member

Media Nova Association (Dijon, France).

TEACHING

 

Former Professor of communication Design & New Technologies

Parsons School of Design (The American College, Paris, France).

Guest Lecturer

University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain).

European Academy of Sciences (France).

Lincoln Center Student Program (New York, U.S.A.).

 

Guest Workshop Director

University of Paris (France).

Polytechnical University of Valencia (Spain).

Pompidou Center, Beaubourg (Paris, France).

Agfa-Gevaert Co. (Paris & Colmar, France).

 

Thesis Director

Institute of Artistic Careers (Paris, France).

PUBLICATIONS

Author

150 books, catalogs and articles on electrography, photography and art.

Under contract for the standard reference books on electrography and postcard art.

Former Edito-in-Chief

The Paris Reporter

The International Electrographic Magazine

 

Former Publisher

The International Electrographic Magazine

Art Catalogs.

SHOWS

Organizer

About 150 shows on electrography, photography and postcard art.

 

Venues

Included major museums and institutions such as: The Pompidou Center (Beaubourg, Paris); the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris; the Museum of Decorative Arts (Louvre Palace, Paris); France’s National Library and National Galleries (Grand Palais).

 

Locations

Africa, Europe, the Far East, the Middle East and South America.

 

Sponsors

Universities (such as Barcelona’s), cities (such as Valencia, Spain) and many multinational firms (such as IBM, Canon and RankXerox).

 

Clients

Cities (such as Paris), museums (such as France’s National Museum of Popular Arts & Traditions), galleries (such as Paris’ Forain Gallery), government agencies (such as Paris’ Subway System) and international firms (such as Air-France). These shows have received a very extensive media coverage.

ARTIST

Former Photographer

Invented photo techniques.

Published (including covers) in books and magazines (including Japan’s three leading photo magazines).

Jury Member, Cultural Affairs Department of Paris’ Grants to Photographers.

 

Electrographer/Electroradiographer (under the name of Cejar)

Score of one-man shows in European museums and galleries.

Participated in about 100 group shows.

Published (including many covers) in about 100 books, catalogs, annuals and international periodicals.

Advertising and promotional work for clients such as Swatch, RankXerox and Fiorucci.

Works in the collections of half-a-dozen European museums.

 

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