Musasa Leu N'seya

Edmond Musasa Leu N’seya (1950, DRC) Lives and works in Lubumbashi. He is an artist and teacher at the Academie of Fine Arts in Lubumbashi. He is specialised in figurative painting, focusing on habits, rules and systems that are part of life in rural environments and ancient societies. He developed most of the visual language used in the National Museum of Lubumbashi explaining the origin and use of a variety of natural and industrial materials and processes. Musasa and Maarten Vanden Eynde have been collaborating several times since 2015.

Their collaborative works have been featured in numerous international exhibitions including: An Unfinished Symphony. Polyphony in the collection, Mu. Zee, Ostend, BE (2020), Tallinn Photomonth – Contemporary Art Biennial (curated by Heidi Ballet) EE (2019); Future Genealogies, 6th Lubumbashi Biennale, Lubumbashi, DRC (2019). Copper Connection and Wheel of Fortune were acquired by Mu.Zee, Ostend, BE. Musasa’s work has been exhibited over the past 40 years in DR Congo in local exhibitions in Lubumbashi, Likasi, Kolwezi and Kolwezi.

Published on

09 February 2022