Valerie Durant
Crossing
2008
Archival print
40” x 30”

Valerie Durant
Road Works
2008
30” x 40”

Valerie Durant
Delicate Fisher, from the Bitter Water Series
2008
8" x 12"

Valerie Durant
Gone
2011
18" x 12"

Valerie Durant
A Boy with Beans
30" x 40"

Valerie Durant
Bitter Waters
30" x 40"

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Valerie Durant
Crossing
2008
Archival print
40” x 30”

Valerie Durant
Road Works
2008
30” x 40”

Valerie Durant
Delicate Fisher, from the Bitter Water Series
2008
8" x 12"

Valerie Durant
Gone
2011
18" x 12"

Valerie Durant
A Boy with Beans
30" x 40"

Valerie Durant
Bitter Waters
30" x 40"

Valerie Durant

Valerie Durant is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Vancouver. She received her BFA (2002) from Emily Carr University and attended Cooper Union in NYC. She holds an MA in Planning (2012) from the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

In 2009, she completed The Face of Africa: A long the Road, a solo photography exhibition and cultural engagement partnership with the International Organization of Migration (IOM). The collaboration with the One Africa campaign addressed issues on the topics of migration and xenophobia in South Africa.

Solo exhibitions include Points and Perforations (2001), an architectural, audio, and photographic installation that explored the social and economic dynamism of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Group exhibitions include Looped, at Artemisia, Chicago (2003), and The Well, at Surrey Art Gallery (2004). Durant conceptualized and co-curated Out of the Rain: A Project for Homelessness in Vancouver in 2005. Her work is held in public and private collections locally and internationally.

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