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ON VIEW

Double Vision, Part II

May 10 – June 15 2024

Participating artists: Adam de Boer, Adam Linn, Ákos Ezer, Alvin Ong, Amir H. Fallah, Brenda Zlamany, Cindy Bernhard, Deborah Brown, Erik Probst, Everette Ball, Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov, Jean Nagai, Kaylie Kaitschuck, Matthew F. Fisher, Margaret Curtis, Maude Corriveau, Tim Irani, Vickie Vainonpää, Remus Grecu, Slimen Elkamel and Xiao Wang.

Loyal to its mission of promoting intercultural dialogue, PLATO continues its program with Double Vision, Part II, a group exhibition spanning works by 21 artists who see the world through the eyes of the other. Expanding upon the key themes in Double Vision, Part I – diversity, immigration, mixed cultural and ethnic identity – the second iteration of the show explores the way mixed identity is affected by global challenges such as isolationist politics, social inequalities and unchecked expansion of AI. 

Akos Ezer, Tracers, 2023, oil on canvas, 78 1_2 x 92 1_2 in. web.jpg

Ákos Ezer

Tracers, 2023

oil on canvas

78½ x 92½ in.

Slimen Elkamel

Dance on the Line, 2024

acrylic on canvas

59 x 98⅜ in.

Amir H. Fallah

An Invisible Line, 2022

acrylic on canvas

 72 x 96 in.

Remus Grecu

Offering, 2024

oil on linen

57⅜ x 551⁄2 in

Deborah Brown

Flushing and Broadway, 2023

oil on canvas

68 x 48 in.

Vickie Vainionpää

Pan and Syrinx, 2024

oil on canvas

58 x 48 in.

Kaylie Kaitschuck

Fell in Love with a Scarecrow, 2022

yarn embroidery on stretched felt, soft sculptures, rope, poly-fil

stretchers 60 x 60 in.
overall 74 x 791⁄2 in.

Adam de Boer

Pantai Pandemi, 2022

batik, crayon and oil paint on linen

58 x 40 in.

Remus Grecu

Breakfast by the Sea, 2024

oil on linen

57 x 551⁄2 in.

Margaret Curtis

Blazing World, 2024

oil on panel

48 x 72 in.

Xiao Wang

Expired, 2023

oil on canvas

48 x 40 in.

Brenda Zlamany

Road to Nowhere, 1, 2022-23

oil on linen
72 x 72 in.

Tim Irani

Swaying Flora, 2024

acrylic on canvas over wood panel

40 x 40 in.

Adam de Boer

Santa Monica Sunset, 2023

batik and oil paint on linen

36 x 48 in.

Jean Nagai

Vapors, 2022

acrylic and pumice on canvas

60 x 48 in.

Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov

Between the Skins, 2024

acrylic and oil pastel on canvas

56 x 42 in.

Matthew F. Fisher

The Mountains of the Moon, 2023

acrylic on canvas
29 x 36 in.

Maude Corriveau

Damier II, 2022
dry pastel on paper

20 x 30 in.
22¼ x 32¼ in. with frame

Maude Corriveau

Damier III, 2022
dry pastel on paper

30 x 20 in.
32¼ x 22¼ in. with frame

Amir H. Fallah

First Spark, 2023

acrylic and collage on canvas

20 x 16 in.

Adam Linn

Encounter, 2024
colored pencil, watercolor and water soluble crayon

on paper mounted on panel
30 x 24 in.

Deborah Brown

Nui Shop, 2024

oil on masonite

24 x 18 in.

Cindy Bernhard

Dominoes, 2023
oil and acrylic on canvas

24 x 18 in.

Cindy Bernhard

Dangle, 2024
oil on canvas

20 x 16 in.

Deborah Brown

Toy Seller, 2024

oil on masonite

24 x 18 in.

Deborah Brown

Window Shoppers, 2024

oil on masonite

24 x 18 in.

Alvin Ong

Mood #84, 2021

oil on canvas

27½ x 23⅝ in.

Everette Ball

Hot Dog at the Football Field, 2023

colored pencil and marker on paper

24 x 18 in.
27⅛ x 22⅛ in. with frame

Everette Ball

The Leaning Tower, 2019

colored pencil and marker on paper

24 x 19 in.
27⅛ x 22⅛ in. with frame

Matthew F. Fisher

The Face the Sun Makes, 2024

acrylic on canvas
8 x 8 in.
10½ x 10½ in. with frame

Erik Probst

Geocentric Tablet, 2020

ink on paper
15 x 11 in.
17¼ x 13⅛ in. with frame

Jean Nagai

Star Dust, 2024

correction fluid and acrylic on canvas

12 x 9 in.

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