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Sarah Sands Phillips: Idyll

Sarah Sands Phillips: Idyll

June 14 – July 14


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We are pleased to present Sarah Sands Phillips third solo exhibition at GHC.

With accompanying text by Rebecca Travis, writer and curator living in Toronto.

Sarah Sands Phillips (b. 1984, Toronto, Canada) has an interdisciplinary practice encompassing painting, sculpture, photography, and experimental film. She holds a BFA from Queen’s University, Kingston, and an MA from Concordia University, Montreal. She has exhibited locally (Angell Gallery, Birch Contemporary, General Hardware Contemporary, Gallery 44, the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Videofag, DNA Artspace); nationally (The Dayroom, NL) and in the USA (Mulherin New York, NY). In the fall she is relocating to the UK to pursue an MFA at the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford. She was additionally awarded an Erna Plachte Scholarship, recognizing the strength of her application and her potential as an artist.

The artist wishes to acknowledge the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts.

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