Black and glazed sandstone. Turned and modeled
28 x 48 cm
Anne Agbadou-Masson was born in Paris.
After studying Plastic Arts and Art History, she finally decided to turn to theater.
And it is in 2016 that her need to express herself becomes vital.
She chooses clay as a means of expression and learns the technique of the wheel from the ceramic sculptor Gregoire Scalabre.
The shock is immediate. Working with clay is like finding a forgotten instinct. Armed with this, she does not hesitate to dive into an intimate quest that forces her to work a bridge between the West and Africa.
Her sculptures are spotted by Dior Maison which offers her a collaboration in 2019 of unique pieces.
She is exhibited at the Dominique Fiat Gallery in 2020.
And just finished a commission for Studio Gild, an interior design firm, based in Los Angeles and Chicago.