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“Marc confided that his time in New Jersey was an attempt to move away from the ghosts of London clubland that first summer. I often think of Marc’s work as pushing out from trauma, presenting a complex visual autobiography soaked with sexuality and loss but executed with diligence. The gentle acts of rebellion of his subjects are expressions of sound and fury, conduits of his love and friendship and authenticity and fantasy and life. This work of Marc’s was the beginning of things.” - Andrew Finch, 90s Archive: Volume Two.
Marc Vallée (b.1968) is a London-based documentary photographer. Self-published zines and photobooks held in the collections of Tate Britain, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Museum of London, Martin Parr Foundation and Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP). Prints held in public and private collections including Museum of London.
Andrew Finch (b.1994) is a filmmaker, curator and writer based in London. His practice explores countercultures and their impact on space before and after the advent of digital technologies.