Véronique  SABBAN,  born in Nice 13 November 1967.

Master in Visual Arts obtained from the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, with High Distinction in 1990.
Research Grant at The Museum for Tapestry and the art of fabric, Dornik 1990-1991

Individual & collective exhibitions between 1989 and 2018

Contemporary Art Fair (Shopping Woluwe 2017), Brussels
Prix des Arts de Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (selected), Brussels
“Laat I kunsten zien ‘ (selected), Bosuil, Overijse
Gallery “Passerelle Louise” with the collective Ars Varia (Brussels)
Contemporary Art Gallery “Espace Blanche”, Brussels Grand’Place
City mueseum Nepomuk (CZ)
Sofitel Brussels Europe
Louis Schmidt’s Price, ULB/VUB, Brussels
Nova Belgica Art & Design gallery, Sint-Truiden
Fraeyman House, Brussels
Various buildings of the European Union in Brussels
Art Decor Luxury sh. Gallery, Ciney
Venta Gallery, Luik
Wallonia-Brussels cultural place
Photo exhibition “Poze III” Africa Town, Bozar (Center for Fine Arts), Brussels
Brussels Accessible Art Fair, Conrad Hotel, Brussels
Zada Gallery “When Tradition Meets Modern” contemporary tapestries (Sablon), Brussels
Art Event07, (Antwerp)
Royal Conservatory of Music, Brussels
Museum of Fine Arts: “The Pool”, Mouscron
Rollebeek Gallery28 (Sablon), Brussels
22nd Day Book & Arts, Hilton Brussels
Lineart Galerij Depypere, Gent & Kuurne
Figure Gallery, Paris (FR)
Cimaises Mercator, Brussels & Antwerp
Projection Gallery, Brussels
Gallery Reinold Ketelbuters (Sablon), Brussels
Argo Gallery, Knokke
Museum of Fine Arts, Bergen
Adzak Museum, Paris (FR)
Spontaneous Art Museum, Brussels
Campo & Campo, Antwerp
Mini Print International of miniature engraving, Cadaques (ES)
Hutse Gallery (Brussels)

Honours

Research Grant at The Museum for Tapestry and the art of fabric (Dornik/BE)
Award “Serge Moureaux”, for painting (BE)
Award “Interior 90”  for textile projects (Kortrijk/BE)
Encouragement of the Minister for Arts, Letters and Audiovisual of the French Community in the field of Lice (BE)
Winner of the “Olivier Strelli” for sculpture (BE)
Winner for Belgium (12 European countries represented) for the launch of the Opel Corsa 2000 (NL).

Miscellaneous

Creation of a diptych for the meeting room of A.I.S.E (the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products is the official representative body of this industry in Europe). 2006
Use of some of my paintings in a promotional spot for the famous Belgian chocolate “Côte d’Or Truffe”
Illustration to a CDsingle “Passer par chez vous”, 2006
Participation in ” Belgium Horse Parade ” for IFAH-Europe (International Federation for Animal Health Europe), 2005
Creation of wine labels (Bordeaux and Côtes du Rhône) for Rob Fine Food, 2004
Creation of postcards for Boomerang 2004 and 2002
Publication in the art book dictionaries “ARTO” and “PIRON, 2003
Illustration for the scientific journals” What’s New in Prostate Cancer “2001 and 2002 (Ipsen)
Cultural Happening  “Kleurdag ‘1999 +2003 ” organised by Depypere Gallery, Kuurne /BE
Ordering a painting for the Museum of  Fencing, Brussels/BE, 2001
Creation of the logo and picture poster for the European Congres of Urology (Brussels/BE)
Mention in the book of Alain Tremiseau” Women and even more “, 1999
Action-painting on the Chapelle’s Railway Station’s Wall, organised by Recyclart, Brussels/BE, 1999
Mention in the Belgian art book ” Artists and Galleries “1997 & 1998
Exclusive creation of the luxury box for the dictionaries “Le Robert” (limited to 1000 copies) BE/FR, 1998
Design of scarf for the V.U.B  “Independent University of Brussels”, 1992 and  for “Union Minière” 1995
Illustration for various magazines (Cosmopolitan, Kiosk)
Member of various Juries painting
Paintings in the collections of several museums in Belgium.

One publication among other:

Olivier Clynckemaillie, Curator of Mouscron‘s Museum of Fine Arts wrote in 2002 about the artist :

Veronique Sabban (born in Nice –France-, 1967) is one of the best young Expressionist painter of her time. She works with ardor and powerful gestural.   Virtuoso, she punctuates her paintings while giving to the shape the ability to deliver an evanescent vision of reality and still full of strength. Their faces, midway between abstraction and figuration are so many appeals to the eye and therefore to dialogue. Her art is full of humanism and discoveries…an interesting study of the human soul.