Architect by training, Bruce Krebs, began by by publishing three cartoons between 1979 and 1981. He also discovered the cinema of animation and created his own studio in La Rochelle where he produced forty films, all imbued with a graphic style for each scenario: film charcoal in camera, pastel, paper-cut, clay, puppets, etc.
At the same time the polymorph artist works sculpture . His work deals with contemporary issues : the modern couple, the unbreathable air, children facing the oil spill ... The lost man , women , the complaint , joy , sculptures attempt to express movement and emotions of the body . He has exhibited his bronzes in numerous exhibitions in recent years. Bruce Krebs teaches at the vocational school of animation ( EMCA ) of Angouleme.
Installation of this bas-relief on the rempart of La Rochelle, 1999. br> "This is the story of people who read in the minds of people who read, themselves in the mind of other people, and so on ... A bit like the transfer of a culture from generation to generation But ... sometimes, one of them refuses to read, and its sequel, everything deteriorates, and there is no appeal. "Bruce Krebs p>
Ordered by the SACEM, this sculpture pays tribute to the world of music and Michel Crépeau, former mayor of La Rochelle, which has long defended the French language. "Through the French song, this is our culture, our language and poetry that go around the world. Michel Crepeau". 2000.