Sarah Anne Johnson (b. 1976, Winnipeg, Canada) received a BFA from the University of Manitoba, and completed an MFA at the Yale School of Art. Recent solo exhibitions of the artist’s work include The Kitchen at Gallery 44 in Toronto, Sarah Anne Johnson: Field Trip at Julie Saul Gallery in New York City, and a mid-career retrospective, Sarah Anne Johnson; Wonderland, 2002-2014, at The Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh, North Carolina. Group exhibitions include The Poetics of Place: Contemporary Photographs from the Met Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, All Membranes Are Porous, at Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia, and Material Girls at Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan. Her works are featured in the collections of numerous institutions, including The Guggenheim Museum, The National Gallery of Canada, New York Library, and The Phillips Collection. Sarah Anne Johnson has participated in The Arctic Circle Residency, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Residency, and is the recipient of a Manitoba Arts Council Project Grant, Canada Council for the Arts Film and Video Grant, and an Outstanding Achievement in Art award from Canadian Dimension magazine in Winnipeg. She is represented by Julie Saul Gallery in New York, Stephen Bulger in Toronto, and Division Gallery in Montreal.