Presented by: Sue Vo-Ho
Monday, January 28, 2019 (First Half of Print #3)
Sue Vo-Ho uses the photographic medium as a means of aesthetic exploration of the world around us.
She expresses a personal vision of a certain inner reality, and her images are, therefore, often tinged with a slight melancholy. Her projects are inspired
both by the duality of the unbridled movement of cities and the emptiness of natural places.
Born in Saguenay, Sue Vo-Ho first studied cello and piano at the Conservatoire de musique in Chicoutimi. It was the attraction of photography that led her to leave music to study photography at the CEGEP du
Vieux-Montréal. Her photographs have been seen in numerous publications such as Billboard Magazine, Voir, PhotoLife, Clin d’Oeil, La Presse, Le Devoir, Concrete Wave, and Rage Magazine.
She is a co-founder and active member of the collective of photographic artists, Visio, with whom she exhibited her works at the Popular Museum of
Photography and in several galleries in the metropolitan area. Since 2010, she has taught photography at the CFP Lachine.
She has won many awards, most recently in the 2017 and 2018 International Color Awards Competitions. She has exhibited on her own as well as participating in group exhibitions in Montreal, Toronto, and Shanghai, China.