Jean-Jacques Arcangelo Capolongo

Welcome to the official website of Jean-Jacques Arcangelo Capolongo.

Born in Algeria, 3 March 1944. French painter, photographer and printmaker. He studied at the Fine Art Academy in Algiers before moving to Paris in 1962. He entered the Institute of Art History and Archeology of Paris-Sorbonne, finishing with an M.A. in 1968. During this time, he earned his life as a jazz trombonist, playing in various jazz bands in Paris and its surroundings. In 1969, he started working in Advertising. A few years later, he founded his own business in communication related to culture and art. In 1990, he became an international media expert through the leading group in France.

In 1996, he decided to embark upon his true destiny as an artist. The following year, he organised his first solo show, Copy-Art Performance, sponsored by Canon France, as a tribute to Andy Warhol. During the same year, he developed a new concept of artwork series by digital printing and registered at once his trademark Copigraphie. In 1998, he set up his own company, Da Capo Fine Arts Editions, for the printing and sales of copigraphies. In 2008, through l’Atelier de copigraphie, he introduced a new system of decorative art which targets corporate entities and he also published L’Art de mettre en Valeur votre Capital d’Entreprise.

The active output of Jean-Jacques Arcangelo Capolongo goes back twenty five years now and is still evolving in an area between the traditional and the innovative. So please visit this site often as there will be frequent updates.

Jean-Jacques Arcangelo Capolongo currently lives and works in Paris, France.

>> Read "L'Impressionnisme", Art History Institute, Paris 1968.

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