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Art Now! Presents: Derek Sullivan

Thursday, March 7, 2019
7:00 pm
North Campus Building (NCB)
Room: 117
Derek Sullivan

Derek Sullivan (b. 1976, Richmond Hill, Ontario) received his BFA from York University in Toronto and his MFA from the University of Guelph. Solo exhibitions include The Bookloverat the Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina), Albatross Omnibus at The Power Plant (Toronto), The Missing Novella at the Oakville Galleries (Oakville), Bulletin Board at Whitecolumns (New York) and More Young Americans at Kiosk (Ghent, Belgium). Sullivan has been featured in numerous group exhibitions, including BNL MTL 2012 (Montreal), Where do I end and you begin at City Art Centre (Edimburgh) and Blue times at Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna). His books and editions have been published by Paul & Wendy Projects (Toronto), Art Metropole (Toronto), Boabooks (Geneva), Printed Matter Inc. (New York). Sullivan has been nominated five times for the prestigious Sobey Art Award, being shortlisted in 2012. His works in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada were included in their 2017 survey exhibition Our Masterpieces, Our Stories. Derek Sullivan lives and works in Toronto.


This Artist talk is part of "Art Now!", a course offered by the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. The course focuses on current contemporary art production, both locally, nationally and internationally. 
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Image Credit:
Derek Sullivan #140, Evidence of the Avant Garde Ex-library, Dandelion and brochures,
2018 coloured pencil on paper 133 x 102 cm (framed dimensions)
photo: Toni Hafkenscheid
Liza Eurich

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