Jean Denant was born in 1979, lives and works at Sète, in south of France.
Specialized in architecture and town planning, he starts construction sites, stages situation, opens faults throught paintings, architecture, design or sculpture.
His practice is plural and questions the matter, the movement and identity itself.
Jean Denant is a graduate of Applied Arts and of the Beaux Arts in Toulouse.
His work is now widely distributed in France and around the world with personal and collective exhibitions in Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Barcelona, Geneva and on the young artistic stage in Russia, China, Venezuela, United Arab Emirates, Korea, or United States..
His work is part of public and private prestigeous collections such as the Fondation Carmignac , the kingdom of Belgium, the Fondation Liedts-Messen, the Languedoc Roussillon FRAC, the Fondation Villa Datris …
He is also part of the great international fairs of Europe, such as the FIAC Paris, ARCO Madrid, Art Brussels.
His work “Mare Nostrum” was picked by the president of the Republic as a diplomatic gift offered to Her Majesty Mohamed VI king of Marocco, during the Cop22.