Monica Rosauri is a visual artist who lives and works in Tiohtià:ke / Montréal, Québec, Canada. Her practice relies on the desire to understand the family dynamic specifically through her female bloodline and reflects on auto-fictive concepts such as personal perception of childhood memory and time. Inspired by a quote in Chantal Akerman's 2013 book My Mother Laughs,  her most recent photographic series "I had The Impression Everything Was My Fault", 2023, examines the preservation of both the intangible and tangible - a serenade to the guilt in aging. Monica holds a BFA of Studio Arts in Photography from Concordia University. 

Curriculum Vitae


2019 - 2023 BFA Studio Arts, Photography Program, Concordia University, Montreal, CA

2017 - 2019 DCS Communications, Media and Studio Arts, Vanier College, Montreal, CA


2023 Renewal, Espace Louable, Montreal Canada 

2023 Concordia Photo Collective, solo artist showcase, digital.

2018 Lonerism, Film, Vanier College Film Festival, Montreal, Canada 


2022 Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Award (CUSRA), Concordia University, CA

2021 Good Design Award, short film in collaboration with Ensembl, The Chicago Athenaeum, USA

2019 Shuffle Entrance Scholarship, Concordia University, CA


2023 - current   Member, Group C Collective,  Chih Chien Wang, Montreal, CA 

2022-2023 Event Coordinator, Concordia Photography Collective, Concordia University, Montreal, CA 


2018 Who We Are by Monica Rosauri. Edition of 10. 


2017 - current Freelance Photography & Art Direction, Montreal, CA

2023 - current Gallery Attendant, PHI Centre, Montreal, CA

2022 - 2023    Research Assistant, Concordia University, The Goose Village Project, Marisa Portolese, Montreal, CA

2021- 2022   Head of Photography and Art Direction, Ensembl, Montreal, CA 

2020 - 2021   Intern Art Director, Pilgrim Canada, Montreal, CA

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