BiographyArnaud Labelle-Rojoux is an artist born in 1950. He was first known for his performances, before writing about them as a historian in his book L'Acte pour l'art (Editeurs Evidant, 1988; new edition, Al Dante, 2004). He has published ten books, including L’Art parodic’ (Java, 1996; new edition Zulma, 2003), Leçons de scandale (Yellow Now, 2000), Je suis bouleversé (Semiose, 2008), and Twist tropiques (Loevenbruck and Yellow Now, 2013). He has exhibited regularly at the Loevenbruck Gallery in Paris since 2003 (in 2017: En affinité(s) : Apple Shrine / Allan Kaprow / Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux). He has also participated in the exhibitions Notre Histoire, Palais de Tokyo, 2006; La Force de l'art 02, Grand Palais, Paris, 2009; Une forme pour toute action, Le Printemps de septembre, Toulouse, 2010; Les Maîtres du désordre, Musée du quai Branly, 2012; Le Surréalisme et l’objet, MNAM, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 2013. He occasionally writes for the theatre with Sophie Pérez and Xavier Boussiron: Le coup du Cric Andalou in 2005, Oncle Gourdin, 2011, and Biopigs, 2015.