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Victor Guedy was born to a family of artists and entertainers. After spending three years focusing on the metaphysical and obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Guedy was pulled towards the traditional art of stone carving, and he began an apprenticeship to learn the craft. This lead him to work with some of the greatest talents in architecture, art and design, including Joseph Dirand, Harumi Klossowska de Rola, Raphael Navot.

It was at the Fonderie de Coubertin that his love for bronze was ignited, and where he gained a mastery over the metal, alongside the last artisans who cast Rodin’s works.

Guedy’s sculpture is reminiscent of Nietzschean philosophy: transmuting traditional values into new narratives. Victor Guedy lives and works in Paris.