Françoise Sullivan first studied painting in the 1940s before joining the Automatiste group formed around Paul-Émile Borduas. But it was dance that would become her subject of creation during the first 30 years of her professional life. She then practiced sculpture throughout the 1960s, followed by photography, video and performance in the 1970s.
She resumed the practice of painting in the 1980s, without respite, and is more active than ever, even today in 2020. Her career is an incredible phenomenon where one can admire her most recent works and quality them, without hesitation, as always relevant, and certainly some of the richest of her entire career.
Our exhibition brings together paintings created between 1980 and 2020, which are also among the most beautiful achievements in painting in Canada in recent years.
Photos by Guy L'Heureux