Laurence Vallières

Québec / Canada

Laurence Vallières is an artist born in Québec in 1986, who primarily uses cardboard boxes for the creation of her art work. With her works, she actively campaigns for animal welfare and dedicates herself to the topic of social injustice. […]

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The canadian artist Laurence Vallières gained international fame by producing large-format cardboard sculptures. After her graduation in visual arts and an artist’s residence in Russia, she appropriated a street art influence in her works. By using cardboard and paperboard in abundance on the street, she can create large-scale works in every part of the world she is in, most of which deal with human relationships, communication, and political issues.

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