Born in 1963 - France
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Véronique Dorey is a French artist born in 1963. She began her career at the end of the 80's with various illustrations for the press and youth publishing. Véronique also publishes some short comic stories in the famous French magazine Métal Hurlant.
1989 marks the beginning of a long series of collaborations as a comic colorist under the pseudonym Ruby (Dupuy-Berberian, Hughes Micol, Blutch, Pedrosa, Half ...). At the same time, the artist develops her personal universe by making paintings on paper or on wood, thus being among the artists of the California Low Brow scene and the golden age of advertising illustration. This work will lead to several exhibitions from 2005 onwards, especially with the Arts Factory gallery. Since 2011 she began to use graphite, creating a series of drawings of more dreamlike inspiration.
In 2011 and 2013 Véronique Dorey participates in the exhibition "HEY! Modern Art et Pop Culture "at the Halle Saint Pierre Museum in Paris, next to internationally renowned artists. The artist illustrates Véronique Ovaldé's texts "Quatre cœurs imparfaits" (2015) and "The sciences des cauchemars" (2016) for the Thierry Magnier editions.
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