Nature morte bleue (série Sugar Cakes)
2021, Photography, 18,8” x 20,5”
1500$ (including framing)
Vicky Sabourin lives and works in Montreal. She holds a Master’s in visual arts from Concordia University. Her work has been presented in art galleries, museums, and artist-run centres in Canada, the United States, and Europe. What the Fragrant Lilies are trying to Cover Up is a yearlong project unfolding as a series of solo exhibitions and performances at the Musée de Joliette, Qc. Recent solo exhibitions of her work include Sugar Cakes (AdMare, QC), Becoming Invisible (Latitude 53, AB), Les Curiosités (Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, QC) and Danse Macabre (L’Oeil de Poisson, Quebec, and Sporobole, Sherbrooke, QC). Her exhibition Warmblood has been exhibited across the country at Eastern Edge Gallery (St John’s, NL), Struts Gallery (Sackville, NB), Hamilton Artists Inc. (Hamilton, ON), Galerie Trois Points (Montreal, Qc), and Access Gallery (Vancouver, BC). In 2017, Sabourin’s piece Lac cache (The Hidden Lake) was part of the event Manif d’art 8, Biennale d’art contemporain du Québec, presented at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. In December 2014, she was named emerging artist of the year by the newspaper La Presse and was a finalist for the Pierre Ayot Award. She is a recipient of grants from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts. Sabourin teaches at Concordia University in the Department of Studio Arts (Photography).