VICTOIRE INCHAUSPÉ

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Biography

Born in 1998
Lives and works in Paris, France

 

Victoire Inchauspé is an artist from the Basque Country who graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2022. Her work explores the cycles of nature – from birth to death, from seed to dried flower. Deer, spiders, bees, bats, mimosas, sunflowers and thistles compose imaginary worlds and narrative landscapes that evoke bygone seasons. Using burnt wood, molten bronze or blown glass, his installations celebrate the duality of living things, between absence and presence, ephemeral and eternal, strength and fragility. A poetic and ecological reflection, her work evokes states as personal as they are universal, such as vulnerability, regeneration and care.

In 2021, she won the Prix Sarr (an American-French prize). In 2020, she also won the Prix Paris Photo and was nominated for the Prix AMMA Sorbonne. In 2022, having just graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris, she was named the youngest ever finalist for the Prix SAM pour l’Art contemporain in partnership with the Palais de Tokyo. In 2023, Victoire Inchauspé completed a 6-month residency at one of the leading residencies in the United States, Residency Unlimited (New York). She has exhibited her work on numerous occasions in France, London and New York. In 2024, Victoire Inchauspé will take part in the 17th Lyon Biennial.

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