Luca Reverdit

French writer, graphic artist, 
editor and self-publisher.

These practices are inscribed in the fields of graphzine, concrete poetry, self-fiction, graphic design documentary, investigations on uncovered graphic domains, contemporary drawing, post-conceptual art and relational art.

1/4 of Éphéméride
1/2 of pauvre Terre



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Education

2022
Dnsep Communication, Ensad, Nancy

2020
Dna Graphic Design, Ensba, Lyon

2018
Bts Graphic Design, Martinière, Lyon



Shows

2022
Je l’écris, je le dessine, je l’imprime, je le diffuse, Ensad, Nancy

2021
Oracles, with Marine Brilloit, Juliette Brouet, Elise Deubel, Morgane Duflos, Manon Galland, Paul Heguy Garance Henry Léa De Matteo Marie Michalikova, Margaux Moritz, Joseph Poirot, Eva Prusiewicz, Lola Sarrabere, Dylan Tichit & Marie Tralci, Faux Mouvement Contemporary Art Center, Metz

2019
The first, the second, the third and the fourth, with Parade Paradis, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York






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Luca Reverdit

French writter, graphic artist, 
editor and self-publisher.

These practices are inscribed in the fields of graphzine, concrete poetry, self-fiction, graphic design documentary, investigations on uncovered graphic domains, contemporary drawing, post-conceptual art and relational art.

1/4 of Éphéméride
1/2 of pauvre Terre



Mail
Instagram
(+33)6 59 74 43 99



Education

2022
Dnsep Communication, Ensad, Nancy

2020
Dna Graphic Design, Ensba, Lyon

2018
Bts Graphic Design, Martinière, Lyon



Shows

2022
Je l’écris, je le dessine, je l’imprime, je le diffuse, Ensad, Nancy

2021
Oracles, with Marine Brilloit, Juliette Brouet, Elise Deubel, Morgane Duflos, Manon Galland, Paul Heguy Garance Henry Léa De Matteo Marie Michalikova, Margaux Moritz, Joseph Poirot, Eva Prusiewicz, Lola Sarrabere, Dylan Tichit & Marie Tralci, Faux Mouvement Contemporary Art Center, Metz

2019
The first, the second, the third and the fourth, with Parade Paradis, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York






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Moe

Moe is a Japanese word that refers to feelings of strong affection mainly towards characters in anime, manga, video games, and other media directed at the otaku market.

This piece re-enacts the mechanisms of otaku image consumption by repeating the phenomenon of re-appropriation through drawing, painting and sewing to produce a chimera, a hybrid of this image consumption culture.



320 x 350 cm,  cotton sewn with fishing line, spray paint.
2021