Laure Wavreille is a Belgian-Angolan self-taught artist and photographer.
She lives and works in Brussels.
For her, art is a universal langage that can be a strong vector of emancipation, love and a tool to waken up mentalities about today's society issues.
Her style is colorful, playful, sometimes mysterious and always aims to represent cultural diversity. Inspired by divine creation, her favorite themes revolve around faith, love, women, diversity, ethnic minorities, social interactions and the psychological dimension of the human being.
2017 Mwamikasi II: photography - White & Art Gallery (Brussels)
2013 Ethno Tendance: Collective photography exhibition - TOUR & TAXIS (Brussels)
2013 Exhi-B: painting exhibition - The Event Lounge (Brussels)
Fashizblack (FR), ELLE Belgium (BE), Belmodo (BE), Flair (BE).
2017 Black Girls Achievement Awards - Artistic entrepreneurship