Coral Miller (b. 1991, Vancouver, Canada) received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from York University, Toronto, Canada in 2012 and her MFA from Yale University, New Haven, USA in 2018.
Miller makes photographic work using film. Her works are an investigation into representations of concrete situations, depictions and ideas that can only be realized in photography. By emphasizing aesthetics, she creates work in which a fascination with the clarity of content and an uncompromising attitude towards conceptual and minimal art can be found.
She has exhibited internationally at Andrea Sorolla Gallery in London, UK; the Dutch Photography Museum in Amsterdam, NL; Belvedere Contemporary Gallery in Vienna, AT and The Rosen Contemporary Art Museum in Boston, USA.
Miller currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
Born 1991, Vancouver, Canada
Lives and works in Toronto, Canada
MFA Yale University, New Haven, USA
BFA Honors Photography, York University, Toronto, Canada
Diatonic Genus at National Institute of Art in Leiden, NL
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Petroglyphs, National Institute of Art in Leiden, NL (Forthcoming)
Rising & Falling, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, USA
Silent Sight, Belvedere Contemporary Gallery, Vienna, AT
Selected Group Exhibitions
New Masters, Off Paradise, New York, USA
Annexes and Vertices, National Institute of Art, Toronto, Canada
Vitality Theatre, The Rosen Contemporary Art Museum, Boston, USA
Strange Attraction, Superb Gallery, Toronto, Canada
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