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LA ROCHELLE (17), France
A graduate of the Beaux Arts de Marseille, Maryse Tyenkel Ronel, known as Masa Zodros, made the decision after twenty years in the field of training to devote herself full-time to her passion: photography.
It features portraits of women and men of Afro-Urban culture with inlay of wax, traditional fabric and symbols, linked to the renewal of African spirituality.
In her search for meaning, to everything she could experience as a black person, she has now turned to African spirituality and its origins. It highlights Afro-descendant men and women: artists, musicians, choreographers, models and simple individuals who, in their work and way of being, are inspired and inspire the modernity of Afro culture.
It aspires to a work of reconstruction and revaluation of bodies and minds. Ells is now part of the very popular black art scene in the United States. His digital photographs are available in Hahnemûhle Fine Art prints or canvas prints.
Status as an artist, author and photographer under the pseudonym Masa Zodros
1992 : DEA in Political Sociology at the University of Paris Sorbonne
1984 : Obtaining the diploma of the Beaux Arts de Marseille photographic option
"AFROGRAPHISMS" in La Rochelle: -
Town Hall La Passerelle in Mireuil from 15 to 31 May 2017 -
Maison des Puilborains in Puilboreau from 10 to 17 June 2017
part of Heritage Day:
Sept. 2012: Photographic exhibition series "Trees and Roots" in the gardens of the Museum of Natural History in La Rochelle
Nov. 2012: Inauguration "Bridge of the Cap" exhibition Pavillon Dauphine exhibition in Paris Exhibition series "Trees and Roots" exhibition