"ENTRETIEN. "À travers mon art, je suis une militante sans armes" Sandrine Plante, artiste engagée, raconte l'Afrique à travers ses sculptures"


Published by France 3 Auvergne Rhône-alpes :

Sandrine Plante returns to her native Clermont-Ferrand. This internationally renowned "sculptor" returns to her homeland to tell the story of Africa, the cradle of humanity, through an exhibition. A sculptor in the masculine, because when she gives life to her human-sized figurative busts, she expresses, in her own words, her "share of masculinity". [...]

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"Sculpture by Sandrine Plante"


Published by family évasion :

For the first time, familyevasion interviewed an artist, Sandrine Plante, from a distance.

Striking sculptures and moving sharing through a few answers given.

The Memory wants to be on the way, founder of that which is built …

Freeze on images and breathe on the words.

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Publié par 97Land :

Born in the Puy de Dôme region, Sandrine Plante is a figurative sculptor who creates engaged art on the theme of slavery, as a duty of remembrance. Her work is a cry for all the oppressed, past and present. Her characters tell the story of slavery through the land, all gathered around the same Mother Earth.

Sandrine doesn't create for the pleasure of the eye, but to tell a story. She exhibits at the Maron'Ages Gallery in Lyon for the "Vies Volées" exhibition, Esclaves d'hier et d'aujourd'hui, with other artists, mainly two photographers, Grigor Khachatryan and Didier Guyot, who highlight her work and give it another eye and another sensitivity. [...]

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"Sandrine Plante, sculpteur engagée sur le thème de l'esclavage"


Published by Nofi : 

Sandrine Plante is a committed French sculptor. She is one of the few sculptors to work exclusively on the theme of Black slavery.

"Slavery is ancient history," she says. It pits one community against another". These recurring comments legitimately raise the question of how a 21st-century artist can devote her entire artistic and professional output to a tragedy that is centuries old. The answer lies in an in-depth interview with Reunion-born artist Sandrine Plante. [...]

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