° 1976, Richmond Hill (CA) – lives and works in Toronto (CA)
Derek Sullivan employs drawing, painting, sculpture, book works and installation to question familiar forms and genres, often to examine the links between one discipline and the next. Sullivan cross-pollinates the visual aesthetic of modernist design and geometric abstraction with the forms and strategies of conceptual art to create a cacophony of messages and inter-work refractions. Books and the act of reading have consistently been central to Sullivan’s practice.
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Derek Sullivan’s recent solo exhibitions include venues such as KIOSK, Ghent; The Power Plant, Toronto; and White Columns, New York. Group shows include Gagosian Gallery, New York; Casino Luxembourg Contemporain; , Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin; Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam; Swiss Institute, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; MOCCA, Toronto; and Kunsthalle Wien.
Derek Sullivan is represented by the following galleries;
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