Ree Morton: At the Still Point of the Turning World, The Drawing Center, New York, NY


Ree Morton, Line Series, 1974 Watercolor, crayon and pencil on paper 22 1/4 x 30 inches Estate of Ree Morton September 18 – December 18, 2009 The Drawing Center presents an exhibition of the work of the late American artist Ree Morton (1936–1977). The exhibition highlights Morton’s influential body of work, remarkably all produced between her decision to turn to art full-time in the late 1960s and her tragic death in an automobile accident shortly […]

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Apparently Invisible: Selections Spring 2009, The Drawing Center, New York, NY


  Michaela Frühwirth, Untitled, 2007 Pencil on paper, 62 x 156 inches February 20 – March 28, 2009 The Drawing Center will present Apparently Invisible: Selections Spring 2009 featuring works by nine artists selected from the Viewing Program: Susan Collis, Marietta Hoferer, Janine Magelssen, Michaela Frühwirth, Sarah Kabot, Chris Nau, Elana Herzog, Anne Lindberg, and Janet Passehl. The pieces included in the exhibition skirt the edge of perception and cognition, requiring a recalibration of the […]

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Alan Saret: Gang Drawings, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

  Alan Saret, Sana Whirl Will, 1983 Colored pencil on paper November 9, 2007 — February 7, 2008 Alan Saret: Gang Drawings marks the first major museum exhibition of Saret’s work in 17 years. Saret was a vital part of the Soho alternative art scene in the late 1960s and 70s, as well as an important figure in the history of process art and post-minimal art. The exhibition will focus on the artist’s “gang drawings,” […]

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William Anastasi: Raw, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

  William Anastasi, Untitled, 1966 One gallon of industrial high-gloss enamel, poured Dimensions variable April 21 — July 21, 2007 For this exhibition William Anastasi has recreated seminal site-specific works dating from the mid-1960s. These early pieces are a testament to the artist’s interest and pioneering efforts in site-specific projects, as well as in the medium of drawing. The artworks incisively explore the nature and behavior of drawing in the gallery space through different strategies, […]

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Gego: Between Transparency and the Invisible, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

    Gego, Reticulárea, 1975 Stainless steel wire, 82 x 102 x 7 inches Collection of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston April 21 — July 21, 2007 Gego: Between Transparency and the Invisible explores the intriguing relationship between line and light in the work of the Venezuelan artist Gego (1912-1994).  The exhibition will trace Gego’s interest in “mak[ing] visible the invisible” from a rarely seen series of monotypes of the early 1950s to her delicate […]

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