Drawing 2020 - Online Viewing

Group Show

10 Nov - 22 Nov, 2020
Drawing 2020 - Online Viewing

Drawing 2020, an exhibition of drawings made in the present moment, is currently on view at our 21st Street gallery. Concurrent with Drawing 2020, we are pleased to present this online viewing room with five releases throughout the run of the physical show. Each work from the exhibition will be featured in one of the five rooms, which will also be supplemented with online-exclusive works. Release 4/5 will be available online November 10 – 22 only and includes works by Etel Adnan, Huma Bhabha, Brian Calvin, Carroll Dunham, Lukas Duwenhögger, Thomas Eggerer, Hadi Fallahpisheh, Charles Gaines, Rachel Harrison, Hugh Hayden, Patricia Iglesias Peco, Karen Kilimnik, Josh Kline, Liz Larner, Victor Man, Mark Manders, Nick Mauss, Dawn Mellor, Albert Oehlen, Ken Okiishi, Damián Ortega, Adam Pendleton, Richard Prince, Jason Tomme, Rosemarie Trockel, and Issy Wood./// Twenty years ago, in the summer of 2000, Barbara Gladstone Gallery organized an exhibition entitled 00, a survey of drawings at the turn of the millennium. On the 20th anniversary of this expansive presentation, Drawing 2020 revisits this idea of drawing—how it remains vital, how it constantly mounts a quiet revolution, and how it transforms in the care of different artists—as a lens into how artists live and make work at this important moment in history. These works are a product of our times: influenced by the physical, political, and technological elements of everyday life. More recently, quarantine in the face of a global pandemic and a widespread reckoning on race have changed many perspectives and how we view the world, each other, and art. Yet the act of drawing has continued to surge forward – the works in this exhibition present the inherent complexities and intrinsic qualities of what constitutes a drawing in the expanded field. Link: https://gladstonegallery.viewingrooms.com/viewing-room/15-drawing-2020-release-4-5/

Drawing 2020 - Online Viewing

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