Posts tagged: drawing
This drawing by Joseph Burwell, from the new exhibition Next in Line: Drawing in the 21st Century (through April 22) at Kunsthalle Galapagos, looks like M.C. Escher made of Lego.
Another detail of an epic infographic drawing by Ward Shelley from his show Unreliable Narration at Pierogi (through March 18). This one is from a collaborative piece with Douglas Paulson titled “Archive Library” (2012).
A detailed view of one of the many incredible new mixed media drawings—this one titled “Bohemian Tree V1” (2009)—in Ward Shelley’s latest exhibition at PIerogi, Unreliable Narrator (through March 18).
And yet another photo from my studio visit with Dawn Clements, whose exhibition at PIerogi closes on February 12.
Love this drawing by Sue Williams, “My Oeuvre” (2005), from Invisible-Exports’ current group show The Displaced Person (through February 12).
Now that my interview with her has been published, I can post another photo from my studio visit with Dawn Clements. Her new show at Pierogi (through February 12) is terrific.
A small (well, compared to the size of the whole drawing at least) detail from a piece by Dawn Clements, whose studio I recently visited ahead of her exhibition at Pierogi (January 6-February 12).
One of my favorite pieces, by Brian Scott Campbell, in Kunsthalle Galapagos’s new show No Land (through December 4).
This week I reviewed Kathleen Vance’s new exhibition Outgrowth of Nature (through November 6) featuring verdant sculptures, obsessive drawings and a new large-scale installation at Art 101 in Williamsburg.
Among my favorite works in Ritual, a new exhibition at Causey Contemporary by Honeycomb (through August 28), were five works on paper by Fionn McCabe including “More for the World” (2010), above.