"Art is everything, from the subtle to the extreme, and possibly all that is in between. But in order to inspire people with art, we need to surprise and provoke an emotion that is long lasting, changing the way the viewer sees things, drawing them into our world."

Vee Speers (b. 1962, Australia) is a Paris-based photographer and is best known for her timeless portraits that are at once beautiful and provocative. Speers' carefully choreographed images are painterly and ethereal, with a visual and metaphorical ambiguity which challenges established narratives. Her work has been exhibited in museums, galleries, art fairs and festivals around the world, and been published in features and on covers of more than 60 international magazines, with 3 sold-out monographs of her work. Her photographs have been acquired by Sir Elton John Collection, Michael Wilson Collection, Hoffman Collection U.S. , Carter Potash Collection, Morten Viskum Collection, Alan Siegel, Lawrence Schiller, DZ Bank, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum 21C, Kentucky, George Eastman House, Beth Rudin Dewoody,  Hudson Bay Company Art Fund, CB Collection, Tokyo.

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