Vincent Laval

Born in 1991, Vincent Laval has studied at the Paris School of Fine Arts (Beaux-Arts de Paris) and the École Boulle.

His work is mainly about the forest, with a will to pull out moments perceived in nature and translate their sensations through volume in sculptural works, or through image in photographic works. Each project originates in the careful observation of elements that made an impression on him during his escapades. His relationship with time is primordial : all along his walks, he gathers tree parts as much as memories.

Vincent Laval draws materials, images and emotions at the heart of the forest that will eventually become artworks. The objects and ideas he collects transform and shape themselves thanks to his craftsmanship. His art plays on the tension between the real world and the cosmic space. It represents a duality to which he is confronted, being on the edge of two worlds : that of the wild and that we created.

The Forest is what drives me, astonishes me, what makes me doubt, makes me want to fight, to create and to see the light of tomorrow. I learn to accept that I will only be a part of it as a loving visitor, as an animal who, by crossing its fringe, is reminded who he could have been and who he is longing to become : an element is the balance of things.

As a Sustainable Art Market artist, Vincent refunds 5% of each sale to the Francis Hallé pour la forêt primaire non-profit organization.

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Laure Modesti-Jubin

With 15 years experience in communications and project conception, Laure has notably worked with and for the United Nations, Amnesty International, la Caisse des Dépôts (French Development Bank), The Consumer Goods Forum. She has also contributed to building and managing WISE (the World Innovation Summit for Education) for almost seven years, as Director of Programs and Deputy Director of Content within Auditoire/TBWA Group.

She graduated from the Arts and Humanities Faculty of Aix-Marseille (Double Degree in History and English) and holds a Masters from the Aix-en-Provence Institute of Political Science (Sciences-Po Aix) and a Masters from the Paris Business School (ESCP Europe). She also recently graduated from executive education programmes at Yale and Harvard in the field of Sustainability Leadership.

Laure is a teacher as the Paris Institute of Political Science (Sciences-Po Paris) within the Management and Innovation School. She is an ambassador of Al Gore’s initiative, The Climate Reality Project. Laure is also an artist, author and the mother of two young children.

As a Sustainable Art Market artist, Laure refunds 5% of each sale to the Jane Goodall Institute France.

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Anne Perier

Anne Perier is a French artist born in 1993, who graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs of Paris (School of Decorative Arts). She lives and works in Paris.

Anne walks, observes, contemplates, feeds herself with landscape. She meets territories and develops her work methods through trial and error. She shapes by her own and with simplicity the materials that she encounters, by using few resources. At each time she discovers a new geography, a new environment, from where she elaborates new ways to work.

Her approach is an explorative one.

As a Sustainable Art Market artist, Anne refunds 5% of each sale to Terre de Liens (partnership in progress).

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