17 January 2020

Tobias Gerber | Diederik Gerlach

Diederik Gerlach  Nachtspiel, 2019 acrylic on paper 158 x 130 cm
Diederik Gerlach
Nachtspiel, 2019
acrylic on paper
158 x 130 cm


Tobias Gerber (G), Diederik Gerlach. Kunsthalle
plaster drawings, sculptures, work on paper, paintings, video
11 January – 16 February 2020
Galerie Maurits van de Laar, Den Haag

Tobias Gerber Ziel, 2019 plaster, cotton 53 x 42 cm
Tobias Gerber
Ziel, 2019
plaster, cotton
53 x 42 cm


Diederik Gerlach  Ciao, 2019 gouache on paper 29,5 x 40 cm
Diederik Gerlach
Ciao, 2019
gouache on paper
29,5 x 40 cm


Tobias Gerber Waarom zwaai je niet? (Why don't you wave?), 2019 plaster, cotton 60 x 33 cm
Tobias Gerber
Waarom zwaai je niet? (Why don't you wave?), 2019
plaster, cotton
60 x 33 cm

09 January 2020

Rose Wylie

drawing Rose Wylie Orange Spider, 2019 Ballpoint pen, pencil, coloured pencil and collage paper 21.3 x 13.5 cm
Rose Wylie
Orange Spider, 2019
Ballpoint pen, pencil, coloured pencil and collage paper
21.3 x 13.5 cm 


Rose Wylie. Painting a noun…
9 January - 22 February 2020
David Zwirner, New York

drawing Rose Wylie Small Black Serena, 2019 Ballpoint pen, pencil, coloured pencil and collage paper 19.2 x 17 cm
Rose Wylie
Small Black Serena, 2019
Ballpoint pen, pencil, coloured pencil and collage paper
19.2 x 17 cm


drawing Rose Wylie Mexican Can, 2019 Pen, coloured pencil, marker and collage on paper 32.5 x 31.7 cm
Rose Wylie
Mexican Can, 2019
Pen, coloured pencil, marker and collage on paper
32.5 x 31.7 cm

08 January 2020

Julie Mehretu

Julie Mehretu Sun Ship (J.C.), 2018 ink and acrylic on canvas 274.3 x 304.8 cm
Julie Mehretu
Sun Ship (J.C.), 2018
ink and acrylic on canvas
274.3 x 304.8 cm


Julie Mehretu
3 November 2019 - 17 May 2020
LACMA


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Julie Mehretu Hineni (E. 3:4), 2018 ink and acrylic on canvas 96 × 120 in.
Julie Mehretu
Hineni (E. 3:4), 2018
ink and acrylic on canvas
96 × 120 in.

Julie Mehretu Conjured Parts (eye), Ferguson, 2016 Ink and acrylic on canvas 213.4 x 243.8 cm
Julie Mehretu
Conjured Parts (eye), Ferguson, 2016
Ink and acrylic on canvas
213.4 x 243.8 cm

06 January 2020

Simon Benson

Simon Benson Return + In My Own Time, 2019 pencil on paper 60 x 45 cm
Simon Benson
Return + In My Own Time, 2019
pencil on paper
60 x 45 cm

Simon Benson. Return, Return. Drawings, objects
29 november 2019 - 19 januari 2020
Galerie Phoebus, Rotterdam

To Go Or Come Back _ West Bay, 2019
pencil on paper
70 x 140 cm

Simon Benson The Wind Formed _ West Bay, 2019 pencil on paper 50 x 40 cm
Simon Benson
The Wind Formed _ West Bay, 2019
pencil on paper
50 x 40 cm

04 January 2020

Per Kirkeby

Per Kirkeby Untitled, ca. 1989-1992 Charcoal, pastel, gouache on paper 100.5 x 65.5 cm
Per Kirkeby
Untitled, ca. 1989-1992
Charcoal, pastel, gouache on paper
100.5 x 65.5 cm


Per Kirkeby. Works on Paper, Works in Brick
20 November 2019 - 25 January 2020
Michael Werner Gallery, New York

Per Kirkeby Untitled, ca. 1986 Pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor on paper 65 x 99.5 cm
Per Kirkeby
Untitled, ca. 1986
Pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor on paper
65 x 99.5 cm


Per Kirkeby Untitled, ca. 1982 Pencil, pastel, ink, gouache on paper 64 x 45 cm
Per Kirkeby
Untitled, ca. 1982
Pencil, pastel, ink, gouache on paper
64 x 45 cm


Per Kirkeby Untitled, ca. 1985-1988 Pastel, ink, watercolor on paper 59 x 42 cm
Per Kirkeby
Untitled, ca. 1985-1988
Pastel, ink, watercolor on paper
59 x 42 cm

03 January 2020

Books: Silvia Bächli


Silvia Bächli
Shift, 2019

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Drawings & Notes ~ Bookselection 
In the new year Drawings & Notes selects new and interesting books about drawing. First selection: Silvia Bächli's catalogue Shift, which accompanied her exhibition at the Kunsthalle Karslrule.
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Swiss artist Silvia Bächli (1956) is one of the most renowned draftswomen in the world. In her subtle works and the staging of them, she reflects not only on her medium, but also again and again on how drawings interact in space. In the exhibition shift at the Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, for the first time, she is showing works on paper as well as small sculptures, along with a wall installation developed in cooperation with Eric Hattan. She thus addresses not only drawing as a way of translating perceptions into atmospheres, but also the relationship between head and body, perception and appearance, found object and artistic intervention, single work and group of works, the experience of space and two-dimensionality. The accompanying publication presents these multifaceted interactions.

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