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Véronique Malo lives and works in Montreal (Quebec) and in Lanaudière (Quebec) where she pursues her research in visual arts. Combining different mediums and approaches, such as analog and digital photography, video, prints and public art processes, her approach to artmaking is intuitive and project-based. She creates works based on chances, coincidences, interstices and the poetry of gestures and informed by social and environmental contexts.

With a Master’s degree in Visual Arts from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) and a Postgraduate program from Valand School of Fine Arts (Gothenburg, Sweden), Véronique Malo also studied  at Glasgow School of Art (Scotland) during her MFA as part of an inter-university exchange and at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque (USA) during her BA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She has participated in artist residencies in Canada and Europe and has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the United States, Spain, Scotland and Sweden. She has participated in several public art competitions and carried out projects as part of the Government of Québec Politique d’integration des arts à l’architecture. Her work is supported by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. Véronique Malo has been teaching visual arts at the post-secondary level at Cégep since 2010.


Photo Èlaine Fafard-Marconi