Valérie, the trendy artsy

Valérie, the trendy artsy

I love all that is beautiful, with all the subjectivity that notion conveys. Its ephemeral nature drives me to freeze/capture what I see and thus share my emotions through photography and writing. It’s a way for me to explore various interpretations of the world. Besides, art inspires a different vision of what is around me. A creative vibe that I combine with my academic background. After obtaining my bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the Lausanne Faculty of Business and Economics, I took art history classes at Fribourg University. I am currently pursuing a PhD at Neuchâtel University to understand how the meeting of these worlds influences buying behaviours.
« For me, Lausanne is… the whole cultural offering of a large city on a human scale. Lausanne moves, evolves and offers a contemporary art scene on the leading edge of trends. A creative atmosphere perceived in the inhabitants, as each can be what he or she desires. »
«Dance, theatre, performance – L’Arsenic is a contemporary and experimental stage that always enables me to make powerful discoveries. What’s more, the café is a great place to have a drink and discuss the performance with friends.»
About Théâtre Arsenic
«A stone’s throw from the lake, this tiny museum can rival the collections of the major institutions. It’s the opportunity to admire the works in an intimate setting, in the charming village of Pully.»
About Pully Museum
«With its colourful and mismatched tables and chairs and palm trees, a feeling of being on holiday permeates the area under the Pont Bessières. I love that pop-up bar for its friendly, arty and inspiring atmosphere at all times of the day.»
About Les Grandes Roches
«On the edge of Milan Park, the Montriond is the ideal meeting point for a coffee, a mate or an IPA. Located in the area just under the train station, this former Lausanne kiosk is my ideal landing place where I feel at home, with the promise of a chilled and intergenerational atmosphere.»
About Le Montriond
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