Art Toronto - Editor’s Picks Day 1 2018

Posted in Art Toronto by Border Crossings on October 26 2018

Join Border Crossings at Art Toronto 2018 as Editor Meeka Walsh selects artists’ works from participating galleries at the festival site. Friday, October 26 marks the public opening of the art fair.

Day 1

Sonny Assu | Equinox Gallery - Booth B8

Sonny Assu, Longing: We Could Have Been Ancients, Douglas Fir, Six Parts, 2018. Image courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, Booth B8.

Sonny Assu, Detail, Longing: We Could Have Been Ancients, Douglas Fir, Six Parts, 2018. Image courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, Booth B8.

Valerie Blass | Catriona Jeffries - Booth B5

Valerie Blass, Élongation en forme d’éclair d’une tête de rousse, Hair extensions, wood, 132 x 66 x 53 cm, 2007. Image courtesy of Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, Booth B5.

Valerie Blass, detail, Élongation en forme d’éclair d’une tête de rousse, Hair extensions, wood, 132 x 66 x 53 cm, 2007. Image courtesy of Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, Booth B5.

Erin Shirreff | Parisian Laundry - Booth C22

Erin Shirreff, Catalogue, 15 parts, Hydrostone, pigment, graphite, steel armature, 35 x 33.5 x 22,” 2016. Image courtesy of Parisian Laundry, Montreal, Booth C22.

Erin Shirreff, Catalogue, 15 parts, Hydrostone, pigment, graphite, steel armature, 35 x 33.5 x 22,” 2016. Image courtesy of Parisian Laundry, Montreal, Booth C22.

Azza El Siddique | Projet Pangèe - Booth C45

Azza El Siddique, Break Down to Break Up, Transformative sculpture made of steel, unfired slip casts, glass, latex paint, water slow drip irrigation system, 2018. Image courtesy of Projet Pangée, Montréal, Booth C45.

Azza El Siddique, Detail, Break Down to Break Up, Transformative sculpture made of steel, unfired slip casts, glass, latex paint, water slow drip irrigation system, 2018. Image courtesy of Projet Pangée, Montréal, Booth C45.

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