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Sophie Vallance Cantor

Sophie Vallance Cantor
Photo courtesy of Brynley Odu Davies
Sophie Vallance Cantor creates worlds that express the inner workings of her mind by blurring the line between reality and imagination. Sophie’s practice invites viewers to see the world through her eyes, memories and scenes are often exaggerated—domestic cats become tigers and panthers, and anxieties become real as monsters lying in the shadows. In a wider context, Vallance’s practice acts as an antidote to her experience moving through the world as a neurodivergent person.

Sophie Vallance Cantor is an artist that lives and works in London. She holds BA (Hons) Painting, Camberwell College of Arts. Solo exhibitions include Upcoming, Guts Gallery, London (2025); Burnout, NBB Gallery, Berlin (2023); Ride or Die, Galerie Fran Reus, Palma (2023); Tiger and Stripes, Guts Gallery, London (2022); Bad at Life (Good at Painting), Guts Gallery, London (2021). Past Group Exhibitions include Sens Gallery, Hong Kong (2023); New Now Part 1, Guts Gallery, London (2023), UNI(2)ON, Union Gallery, London (2023); Meeting Point, Galerie Slika, Lyon (2023); Even at Cat Con Look at the Queen, Mrs New York, New York (2022); Jerry Gagosian’s Suggested Followers; How the Algorithm is Always Right, Sotheby’s, New York (2022); Achy Breaky Heart, NBB, Berlin (2021); Reality Check, Guts Gallery, London (2021).
Sophie Vallance Cantor
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