Born in 1960 - New Zealand
Gaelle Weissberg is a sculptor, originally from NewZealand, born in 1960.
A self-taught artist, Gaelle Weissberg admits that she draws inspiration from her passion namely anthropology and studying mankind in general. The indigenous tribes are models in all her creations.
Gaelle Weissberg makes a true and unfortunate observation, which is that the least developed tribes or people less advances than our consumer society have nothing to teach us, which isn't true at all according to the artist, as she sees beauty in each and every lifestyle.
Gaelle Weissberg's work has been exhibited in several galleries and exhibitions around the world. The artist portrays an optimistic vision, full of hope on the mankind and our civilization.
Exposition permanente à la Galerie In Arte Veritas (Clisson, dpt 44)
Salon Art3f de Nantes
Salon Lille Art Up
Salon Art3f de Metz
Exposition au Musée Boesh (France)
Prix Ruth Chenven Foundation (New York),
Prix Westaf (USA),
Exposition au Musée d’Oakland et de San Francisco (USA)
Exposition au Musée de Wellington (Nouvelle-Zélande)
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