Born in 1983 in Picardy, Bertrand LEFEBVRE revisits the American dream and its ambiguities.
In his paintings, the symbols of history and current reality are condensed through the icons of American culture.
Between comics, graph culture and graffiti intermingle references.
It includes old Western comics from the 60s where the Indian and the eternal villain rub shoulders on canvas or wood. He always tries to find a resonance with comics.
He painted American landscapes such as the meadows, abandoned petrol stations or Detroit.
Since 2007, he exhibited in galleries in France, Belgium, Switzerland, ...