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Ybah is a French sculptor artist who delivers her artistic practice to the study of bodies, anatomical expressions, and the evolution of a body in the history of his life. The body at the center of his creation & nbsp; Ybah arrived In Paris at 6 in 1956. His vocation as an artist spoke in the middle of a family, thanks to the influence of a wooden sculptor grandfather. From 1976 to 1981, a young adult, she realized in fashion and creation of clothing. Ybah is passionate about the drawing which connects it to the body and to beings deeply. In 1991 she created dolls of rags which were a great success. The artist gave us her vision "[...] favor the fragility of aging bodies by revealing the surplus of flesh, the fullness of the breasts, the depth of the wrinkles or the tensions of the muscles, are all signs that testify to the story of a body that has crossed the storms of life. Undeniably the scars of time are part of our flesh and in our eyes. A lip commissure, a distant look, strong and expressive hands, everything interests me in bodies and faces. […] ”His thunderbolt for the 1994 sculpture, Ybah fell in love with the picturesque streets of Prague and produced his first painting. But it was in Rome, in front of the Piéta de Michel Ange, that his desire to sculpt is revealed. The master's sculpture will be his way, that of the expression of the feelings of life! From 1993 to 2008, Ybah acquires different techniques such as modeling, drawing, engraving, painting, direct size, & nbsp; lost and silicone molding. & nbsp; from 2009 to 2012, the sculptor joined the National School of Applied Arts Duperré in Paris. In 2013, she followed training at Lycée Languier to acquire foundry techniques. & Nbsp; the word of the artist on her melee with matter with matter "[...] this is how the earth, under my hands, made Being born forms out of the imagination or nourished by my captive look of the model. And there, the volumes, curves and against curves sprinkle instinctively, given by a flood of significant emotions. […] "

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