Plural | Editor’s Picks Day 1 2023

Join Border Crossings at Plural 2023 as Editor Meeka Walsh selects artists’ works from participating galleries at the festival site.

Day 1

François Sullivan | Galerie Simon Blais

From top: 1. François Sullivan, Sans titre (FS0641), 1999, pastel sur papier, 39.4 x 36.8 cm ( 15.5 x 14.5 in), 2. François Sullivan, Jaune, No. 7 (FS0640), 1999, pastel sur papier, 39.5 x 34.5 cm ( 15.5 x 13.5 in). Courtesy Galerie Simon Blais.



Evergon | ELLEPHANT

Evergon, Stag Amour, 1990, Polaroid, 98 x 48 x 3 inches, Series: Ramboys. Courtesy ELLEPHANT



Shannon Bool | Daniel Faria Gallery

Shannon Bool, Swiss Cell, 2022, oil, fabric paint and batik dye on silk, Plexiglas mirror, 66.25 x 44.25 in. Courtesy Daniel Faria Gallery



Phyllis Lambert | Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain

From top: 1. Phyllis Lambert, Light reflections, at home, Montréal, Québec, 2022, archival pigment inkjet print. 2. Autoportrait, Hotel Excelsior, Pesaro, Italy, 2011, archival pigment inkjet print. Courtesy: Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain.



Nadia Myre | Art Mûr

Nadia Myre, Were you to pick a star?, 2022 , Litographie / Litograph, 76.2 x 48.9 cm each (30 x 19.25 in), Imprimé par / Printed by Alastair Clark, Edinburg Printmakers. Courtesy Art Mûr.



Gelsy Verna | WAAP

From top: 1. Gelsy Verna, Untitled (abstract head with arc), date unknown, oil on canvas, 61 x 45.7 cm, 2. Gelsy Verna, Untitled (many big eyes), date unknown, oil on canvas, 57. 2 x 34.3 cm. Courtesy WAAP.



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