Sara Angelucci

Sara Angelucci is a photo and video artist born in Hamilton, Ontario and currently living in Toronto. She completed her B.A. at the University of Guelph and her M.F.A. at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her photography across Canada including exhibitions at Le Mois de la Photo in Montreal, Vu in Quebec City, the Toronto Photographer's Workshop, the MacLaren Art Centre, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Richmond Art Gallery, and the St. Mary’s University Art Gallery in Halifax.

Her videos have been screened across Canada and abroad in festivals in Europe, Hong Kong and Australia. Sara has participated in artist residencies at NSCAD (Halifax), the Banff Centre and at Biz-Art in Shanghai, China.

Angelucci was the Director of Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography from 1998-2008. She has taught photography classes at a number of universities and is currently teaching at Ryerson University. Her work is in the collection of Trinity College, University of Toronto, the National Portrait Gallery, the Museum of Civilization, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, University of Toronto Library as well as private collections in Canada and the U.S. Her work is represented by the Wynick/Tuck Gallery and V-Tape in Toronto.

Artist Code: 560



2020, 10:32 minutes, B&W

When the Cricket Sings

2007, 08:30 minutes, colour

Double Take

2007, 05:21 minutes, colour, English

Seeking Grace

2003, 03:30 minutes, colour, English


2000, 05:00 minutes, colour, English

In A Hundred

2000, 04:00 minutes, colour, English

America il Paradiso

1997, 11:00 minutes, colour, Italian, English

Critical Writing

Sara Angelucci, A Mourning Chorus: Exhibition Review
by Magdalena Vasko. The Senses and Society, Apr 2015, v. 10, no. 1.
Sara Angelucci: Provenance Unknown
by Jennifer Rudder. C Magazine, Fall 2013, no. 119.
Sara Angelucci: Provenance Unknown
by Kristen Den Hartog. C Magazine, Fall 2009, no. 103.
Scene as Space Across Time: Presence, Passage & Transition
by Katy McCormick. BlackFlash, 2008, v. 25, no. 3.
Everything in my life, everything in yours
by Erik Martinson. Art Star 3 Video Art Biennial Exhibition Catalogue - 2007 Galerie SAW Gallery, Oct. 2007.
Tranz<->Tech Toronto International Media Art Biennal 2003
by Dara Gellman. Toronto: Vtape, 2003.
Thick Skinned
Thick Skinned, 2000. Toronto: Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2000.
Thick Skinned
Convergence Divergence> The Merging Film and Video, 1999. Halifax: The Atlantic Filmmakers' Cooperative, 1999.