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Art | Drawing: an End in Itself

Friday, February 17th, 2017

Grayson Perry
Studio Afternoon, 2017
Ink, crayon and
graphite on paper



Drawing Biennial 2017
Drawing Room
London | UK
2 March > 26 April



Claudia Wieser
Untitled, 2016
Gold leaf, coloured
pencil and
coloured paper



For the majority of artists a drawing is not a finished item – it’s a visual note, a study, or a working rough leading towards something more complete that might be executed in another medium: a painting, a sculpture, a film, performance art, architecture. Nevertheless, as with those in this forthcoming exhibition, which includes A4 mounted works by 200 British and international artists of different generations, many of them well-known, such as Nidhal Chamekh, Michael Craig-Martin, Richard Deacon, Antony Gormley, Mona Hatoum, Chantal Joffe, Anish Kapoor, William Kentridge, Michael Landy, Humphrey Ocean, Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Julian Opie, Cornelia Parker, Grayson Perry, Gavin Turk, Julie Verhoeven, Yu Chen Wang, Mark Wallinger, Alison Wilding, and other less famous names, it can equally be an end in itself.

Richard Forster
Untitled, Levittown
Study
, 2014

Pencil and acrylic
medium on
Bristol board



Julian Opie
Beard,
headphones
, 2016

Vinyl on paper



Antony Gormley
SITE XXIII, 2016
Carbon and
casein on paper



Marcel van Eeden
No title, 2015
Black chalk on paper



Richard Deacon
4.11.16.1, 2016
Crayon and felt tip
pen on lino



Lubaina Himid
La Force, 2016
Pencil on paper



Drawing Biennial 2017 at Drawing Room is a free exhibition and culminates in an online auction in support of the gallery’s ongoing programme, with individual works available from £250.

All images courtesy Drawing Room © the artists


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