Naïstini Valaydon (b.1997), is a Mauritian multidisciplinary artist based in London. She works with several mediums, including photography, sculpture and installation. Her work explores the human condition and psychology through a complex exploration of the human body and mind. Her pro-sex feminist approach comes with the intention of dissecting the complexity of violence against women and exposing it as violence against humanity.



2021-2022, MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London


2020-2021, Graduate Diploma Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London


2017-2020, Bachelors Degree in the Science of Communication, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord


2019, Bachelors in Photography and Music Technology, Coventry University



March - April 2022, Le Patriarcat Passe à la Casserole, group show, l'Atelier Marthe, Paris

March 2022, Fine Ants, group show, Cookhouse Gallery,  London


February 2022, you Don't own Me, group show curated by Aida Paloma & Alina Savina, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes, London

November 2021, Root, MAFA 21-22 group show, Cookhouse Gallery, London

November 2021, Creatives of London City Island, group show, Lighthouse Gallery, London


June 2021, Open Studios, Graduate Diploma 20/21 group show, Chelsea College of Art, London


May 2021, I'm Ready To Dance Again, Graduate Diploma 20-21 group show, Safehouse 1 & 2, Peckham London


April 2021, Can't Touch That photography exhibition, Cookhouse Gallery, London


January 2020, Double i photography exhibition, Blacksheep Bar, Paris


March 2019, Digital Exhibition, group show with LAHAD and the Bushwick Community Darkroom, Brooklyn, New York


March 2019, Exposure Festival, group show, Coventry Market, Coventry