Man died at age 64 of cancer on October 25. The announcement was made by Jean-Michel Ribes to AFP. It was also an illustrator for magazines and posters.
Polymorphic artist and personality of the underground scene, David Rochline died Sunday, October 25 from cancer at the age of 64, Thursday AFP Jean-Michel Ribes, director of the Théâtre du Rond-Point which hosted his last show in 2009 and 2010.
“Rochline David was a being apart, an absolute artist in addition exceptionally inventive. It was a dandy Baudelaire to the scene as the city capable in his works to constantly reinvent an outdated past. He was against the grain, actually halfway between Jean Cocteau and Andy Warhol, “said Jean-Michel Ribes.
Singer, illustrator and designer, David Rochline was revealed in the early 1970s by his extravagant imagination. Costume, prop and actor Jean-Michel Ribes shows in Beyond the chestnut in 1971 and Jacky Parady , six years later, he wrote and directed a dozen shows.
A final role with Arielle Dombasle in 2013
A graduate of Decorative Arts, he has created and performed in 1987 Paris Gipsy at the Autumn Festival and Festival of Saint-Denis. In the 1990s, he also directed many film sets.
The work of David Rochline, magazine illustrator ( He Rock and Folk …), posters and record covers, has been regularly exhibited in Paris and abroad.
In 2009 and 2010, David Rochline had mounted a last show at the Rond-Point, Pouêt Pouêt, Mr. Milord! , a musical fantasy. In 2013, he was part of the distribution of Opium , Arielle Dombasle film about the loves of Jean Cocteau and Raymond Radiguet presented at Cannes out of competition.