Born in 1989 - France
Victoria Benmussa was born in 1989 in Paris, France. She lives and works in New York. When she was six years old, Victoria loved to draw as a way to express herself. She preferred visualizing her feelings that paralleled curiosities of the imagination and life experiences.
In 2010, Victoria decided to enroll Icart Photo concentrating in Fine Arts. During this time, Victoria discovered a passion for photography as a new way to draw out her ideas. She loved working with cameras and utilizing Photoshop to create exactly what she envisioned in her head. With these newfound tools, she had the ability to construct scenes like a theater stage.
She balances elements of in-camera reality and digital abstraction, interpreting the reflection of her self and the idea of feminine perception. After a long trip around the United States Victoria Benmussa ended up at Burning man Festival where she discovered freedom, free love, and open consciousness. It opened a new vision on her own work which inspired her move to NYC .
Janvier 2014 : Zo Restaurant - 75008 Paris
Février 2014 : The GreenPoint gallery - Brooklin, New York
Juin 2014 : Blackbox gallery - Portland, Oregon
Septembre 2014 : Con Artist gallery - New York
Mars 2015 : Galerie Anne et Just Jaeckin en collaboration avec 2ArtAngels - 75006 Paris
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