Killoffer is one of the founding members of L'Association, a publishing house created in 1990 with Jean-Christophe Menu, Lewis Tondheim, David B., Mattt Konture, Stanislas and Mokeït. He is benefiting from a well-established reputation, both in the comic book universe, with his emblematic album 6_76 apparitions de Killoffer_, as well as in the world of the press, especially with his drawings published in Libération.Read More
He recently presented a solo exhibition at the Museum of the Abbaye of Sainte-Croix des Sables d'Olonne, at the Casa de Francia in Mexico City, at the Xalapa Art Center in Mexico, also at the Filbo in Bogota in Colombia and at the gallery anne barrault in Paris.
He has also participated in collective exhibitions such as Théâtre du monde, dedicated to David Walsh's collection, MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), at the Maison Rouge in Paris ; quelques instants plus tard, at the Couvent des Cordeliers and at the Cité internationale de la bande dessinée et de l'image, in Angoulême ; La ville dessinée, at the Cité de l'architecture et du Patrimoine, Palais de Chaillot in Paris ; Comic Strip at the Musée de Sérignan ; Cult fiction at the Walsall Art Gallery in England, an exhibition organised by the Haywars Gallery in London ; and la nuit curieuse at the Ferme du Buisson.
His monographic book Charbons was published on the occasion of his personal exhibition at the Museum of the Abbey of Sainte-Croix des Sables d'Olonne and his last album Killoffer Tel qu'en lui même enfin has just been published by the Association.
Killoffer is founder and editor-in-chief, with Jean-Yves Duhoo of the quarterly 'Mon Lapin Quotidien' (MLQ), also edited by L'Association whose first issue was released in February 2017.
Text courtesy Galerie Anne Barrault.