About me

My name is Javier Errecarte, also known as J'erre.

Highlights
Exhibition: NFTUK Digital Futures
Place: Samsung KX, London, 20 Dec 2023
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Exhibition: The Grid x Mondoir
Place: Mondoir Art Gallery, Dubai, since sept 2023
Works: several pieces from New Normality and Pulse series
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Place: Meet Center, Milan, May - Jun 2023
Works: Dada Collective exhibition
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Exhibition: NFT Bali 
Place: Superlative Gallery, Bali, Indonesia, 1 - 31 May 2023
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Place: Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris, 24 - 25 Feb 2023
Place: Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris, 24 - 25 Feb 2023
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Exhibition: Cult of Crypto Art x IHAM
Place: IHAM Gallery, Paris, 21 - 24 Feb 2023
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Place: Street of Paris, 2023. Billboards in train stations 'Gare Du Nord" and "Gare de Lyon" and big projections in "La défense" and Beaming.
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Exhibition: The NonNFT Summit
Place: México city, 7 Nov 2022
Projects made with DADA Collective
Creeps & Weirdos 
NFT colelction, Oct 2017



Late at Tate
Tate Modern Museum, London, 2019

HNFT Fest Barcelona
Barcelona, Oct 2022

DADA Perspective at the MEET 
Milan, May-Jun 2023
A bit of background

My name is Javier Errecarte. I was born in 1984 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and I currently live here and there in Europe.
I attended the Art high school Fernando Fader for six years since 1998. At the same time I started animating with Flash and designing web pages, selling my first one at the end of 2001. In 2004 I got my first job as an illustrator on a comic book project and began to study traditional animation formally. Later I worked in different companies, included in my tasks: illustration, web design, graphic design, video editing, animation, art direction... which adds up to 20 years as a Digital Designer. 
Also, in 2008 I began my acting training. Since then I have been in several plays, short films and a couple of independent films in Argentina and Spain. 
Beyond the labels, I think you have already noticed that visual language has been present in my entire life, always with a story behind it.
Currently I am in constant production of visual arts, I sell NFT under the pseudonym "J'erre" and I'm part of the Dada Collective.
1994 - Publications in Página12, an Argentine national newspaper when I was 10 years old.
1994 - Publications in Página12, an Argentine national newspaper when I was 10 years old.
2004 - my first job as an illustrator on a comic book project
2004 - my first job as an illustrator on a comic book project
2007 - Desenlace (Denouement), drawing made in the old Paint.
2007 - Desenlace (Denouement), drawing made in the old Paint.
2015 - I'm start drawing on Dada.art
2015 - I'm start drawing on Dada.art
Mix 2022
Mix 2022
Creeps and Weirdos
In 2017 DADA launched one of the NFTart’s first collection called Creeps and Weirdos, with 108 selected artworks drawn on DADA by 30 artists, including me with five pieces.
Resistance - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Resistance - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Hello, darling - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Hello, darling - Creeps and Weirdos collection
A common guy - Creeps and Weirdos collection
A common guy - Creeps and Weirdos collection
The heavy wall - Creeps and Weirdos collection
The heavy wall - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Super-ego - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Super-ego - Creeps and Weirdos collection
Illustrations from the Creeps & Weirdos collection.
New Normality
2020. The pandemic arrived and my first solo NFT collection was born: New Normality. This is a series that explore the human behaviour in pandemic times.
New Normality has gained support from Metapurse, Domestika, MoCDA, Vancouver Biennale 2020, EthDenver 2021 (featured artist) and more.
You can see all my NFT storefront here.
J'erre?
The origin and background of my nickname are diverse and the result is simple, like my visuals.

My winding path through different artistic expressions, and other issues in my life, has led me to feel like an "errant" soul. I feel this word sums up of my wandering character and is bit similar in Spanish to my last name: Errante - Errecarte.

It amuses me too to think about the double meaning that the word takes on if we turn it into a verb, so if I am an errant, I'm erring.
Now, back to the meaning of errant, "I wander" in French is "J'erre". So there you have it. But why in French? Because if you pronounce it correctly, it sounds beautiful, but if you do it wrong, it sounds like you're about to spit or throw up... which seems even more appropriate to me.

As you can see, this is a twisted, far-fetched, whimsical, ridiculous, cheap and pretentious argument (as usual in contemporary art) to represent my real full name, which is Javier Errecarte.

I think there is no better presentation of my twisted head and vulgar humor (and vice versa) than this silly explanation.
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