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Beya Gille Gacha

Beya Gille Gacha

France • Born in: 1990

Sculptors Artists

French artists

Beya Gille Gacha likes to present her approach as a Métis art, inspired since childhood by a large, multicultural and nomadic family, and develops an iconography resulting from its passion for the history of art and the cultures of world. It mainly produces volume; Using molding and chinning / recycling objects, she creates sculptures and installations addressing social and societal themes. She usually questions identity, but also the fact of being a woman in this world that surrounds her. It is a hypersensitive person who conceives of creation as sincerely useful only when it is engaged. Currently, she works on beading, an ancestral technique of different cultures in Africa, which she uses in a contemporary, personal way, appropriating the codes of Western classicism. Through these productions, Beya Gille Gacha tends to combine African and European refinements. Using pearls, symbols of wealth, as epidermis of her sculptures, she wishes to defend the fact that every human being has a value. She links each of her works to short films and photographs, and thus proposes installations that illustrate her questioning in a more complex way.
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Beya Gille Gacha, Coupe les bras, coupe l’histoire, coupe le pouvoir, Sculpture

Beya Gille Gacha

Coupe les bras, coupe l’histoire, coupe le pouvoir, 2016 8.3 x 11.4 x 3.1 inch Sculpture

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Beya Gille Gacha, Orant 1, Sculpture

Beya Gille Gacha

Orant 1, 2016 8.7 x 27.6 x 51.2 inch Sculpture

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Beya Gille Gacha, Orant 3, Sculpture

Beya Gille Gacha

Orant 3, 2020 23.6 x 17.7 x 13.8 inch Sculpture

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Who is the artist?

Beya Gille Gacha likes to present her approach as a Métis art, inspired since childhood by a large, multicultural and nomadic family, and develops an iconography resulting from its passion for the history of art and the cultures of world.It mainly produces volume; Using molding and chinning / recycling objects, she creates sculptures and installations addressing social and societal themes. She usually questions identity, but also the fact of being a woman in this world that surrounds her. It is a hypersensitive person who conceives of creation as sincerely useful only when it is engaged.Currently, she works on beading, an ancestral technique of different cultures in Africa, which she uses in a contemporary, personal way, appropriating the codes of Western classicism. Through these productions, Beya Gille Gacha tends to combine African and European refinements. Using pearls, symbols of wealth, as epidermis of her sculptures, she wishes to defend the fact that every human being has a value.She links each of her works to short films and photographs, and thus proposes installations that illustrate her questioning in a more complex way.

When was Beya Gille Gacha born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1990