AGO to display works of Francoise Sullivan

Posted Jan 19, 2010 by KJ Mullins
The Art Gallery of Ontario will be displaying the works of Francoise Sullivan beginning February 10. Sullivan is the winner of the 2008 Gershon Iskowitz Prize at the AGO.
KJ Mullins
David Moos, the curator of contemporary art at AGO, says that Sullivan is one of the most influential and inventive contemporary Canadian artists.
Sullivan will be at the exhibition's opening. She is slated to participate in a free performance of four of her dance pieces in Walker Court on February 10 and on the 11th “Inspired: Francoise Sullivan in Conversation with Robert Enright”, a discussion at the Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School.
Sullivan, born in Montreal, was born in 1925. In the past 60 years she has worked in multiple media. Her earliest works were in the field of dance later she became a painter, sculptor and photographer.