Baro Sarré is a Senegalese illustrator born in 1986 who arrived in France at the age of 2. As a child, he spent his days drawing and was already interested in the visual arts. After a classical education, he joined a school of applied arts (specializing in visual communication).
He creates an enigmatic and emotional art navigating between Africa, hip-hop and Roman-Egyptian sculptures.
Her inspirations come from her African culture, more precisely from the Ndebeles women (South Africa) who paint their homes with colorful and very graphic shapes.