Born in 1977 in Montreal, Sarah Cale lives and works in Toronto. She holds a BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from University of Guelph. A finalist in the 2009 and the 2010 RBC Canadian Painting Competition, she is represented by Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto.

Selected Exhibitions

Sarah Cale, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge

Threshold, Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto [curator: Leah Turner]
Freedom of Assembly, Oakville Galleries, Oakville [curators: Marnie Flemming and Matthew Hyland]
Cut and Paste: An Exhibition of Canadian Collage, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver

Sarah Cale: New Paintings, Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto
Voices of Fire: Toward a Post Postmodern Theory of Abstraction, Gallery SAS, Montreal [curator: Benjamin Klein]

Selected Bibliography

Krishtalka, Sholem. “Ruminating With Scissors,” Toronto Standard (online), July 16, 2012. (accessed September 5, 2012).

Cameron, Skene. “Voices of Fire: Toward a Post Postmodern Theory of Abstraction,” Border Crossings, vol. 30, no. 3 (September-November 2011), pp. 144-145.

Pohl, John. “Signs of Life Among the Dying,” The Gazette (Montreal), April 2, 2011, p. E7.

Vaughan, R. M. “The New Rule of Cool: Gobs of Colour,” Globe and Mail (Toronto), January 22, 2011, p. R10.