“Marc Vallée is one of my favourite contemporary photographers. Many artists are photographing the young, but Vallée’s work is exceptional and solitary, avoiding the kneejerk tendency to either define the young through their fashion sense or create the impression of communing with them by smothering them with fashionable aesthetics. His photographs are fully interested in their subjects, somehow more respectful of their beauty and emotions and, at the same time, more invasive of their privacy than any other youth oriented images out there. Vallée’s work is ravishing, noble, unique, and irresistible.” - Dennis Cooper.
Thierry Schaffauser, London, 2012.
Marc Vallée (b.1968) is a London-based documentary photographer whose work is focused on contemporary youth culture within the context of the neoliberal city. Marc’s prints are held in public and private collections including the Museum of London. Tate Britain, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Museum of London and the Martin Parr Foundation hold his zines and photobooks in their collections.
TANK Magazine, 2019.
HERO Magazine, 2018.
British Journal of Photography, 2018.
HEAPS Magazine, November, 2017.
Huck Magazine, June, 2017.
HERO Magazine, June, 2017.
HERO Magazine March, 2017.
Huck Magazine March, 2017.
The Guardian, 2016.
Huck Magazine, October, 2016.
Huck Magazine, May, 2016.
British Journal of Photography, 2015.
The Guardian, 2014.
Source Magazine, 2014.
Huck Magazine, 2013.
The Left Bank Show (Resonance FM), 2011.
Huck Magazine, 2009.