Jean Claude Gotting

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/// Jean Claude Götting ///

Lithograph signed in pencil. EA Artist Proof.
Dimensions: 38x28 cm

/// Biography of Jean Claude Götting ///

Jean-Claude Götting was born in Paris in 1963. After studying at Duperré Applied Arts in Paris, he made his first comic books with the fanzine PLG, then at Futuropolis, - Creve-Coeur, his first comic book receives the prize for the best first album in Angoulême in 1986 - before devoting himself mainly to press and publishing illustration, as well as to painting.
He produced numerous novel covers for various publishers, including the covers of the French edition of the Harry Potter series, as well as several children's books (Papa's Tie, Mum's Birthday) and collections of drawings (Faces , Duel, The Silent Symphony, Crossing the night ...)
He collaborates with various newspapers and magazines such as Liberation, Elle, Vanity Fair, Psychologies, The New Yorker, Jazzman, Lire ... and occasionally works for advertising (Chanel, Pieper Heidsieck, BMW).
He exhibited his canvases at the Galerie Christian Desbois in Paris in 1992 and 1994, and regularly showed his work as an illustrator and painter at the Martine Gossieaux gallery, at the Barbier & Mathon gallery (ex Bdartist (e)) in Paris, in the Papiers Gras gallery in Geneva and the Huberty-Breyne gallery in Brussels.
2004 marks the year of his return to comics with La Malle Sanderson published by Delcourt, selected in Angoulême, Tours and Monaco and awarded in Geneva and Tours. Happy Living will be published by the same publisher, 3 years later.
Writer of his own comics, he also writes for the cartoonist Jacques de Loustal Pigalle 62-27 (2012) and Black Dog (2016). In 2017, he directed "Tapas Nocturnes", his first animated short. Source: © Jean-Claude Götting.