The title The Automatic Self (and the gifted hand) indicates that drawing is manual work. This exhibition shows precisely those drawings that are on the cutting edge of controllable and uncontrollable collapse and provides insight into this field of tension. Participating artists: Rachel Bacon, Siem Beets, Ronny Delrue, Daniel Dmyszewicz, Elsa Hartjesveld, Romy Muijrers, Jorrit Paaijmans, Jeroen Paalvast and Stefanie Scholte.
Opening Saturday April 15th, 2023 at 17:00.
Deep Drawing is an exhibition in Drawing Centre Diepenheim bringing together work of the three artists (Rachel Bacon, Isabell Schulte and Zakia el Abodi) that spent time at the Artist Residency in Diepenheim in 2022. Curated by Roy Voragen, the exhibition explores each artist’s relationship with place, and the work that arose as a result of the connection with the surroundings in Diepenheim.
The opening is Saturday February 18th, 2023, Drawing Centre Diepenheim, Grotestraat 17, Diepenheim, the Netherlands, from 15:00 to 17:00.
Ecologies of Drawing: In Situ is an online exhibition selected by guest curator Sara Schneckloth. It accompanied the series of research presentations Ecologies of Drawing, organized by the Drawing Research Network at Loughborough University, UK in the Spring of 2022.
The exhibition may be viewed here.
Troubled Waters – A Confused or Chaotic State of Affairs, from 02.04.2022 to 08.05.2022 in Drawing Society Pictura, Voorstraat 190, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, opens April 2nd, 2022 at 13:00.
What role does the artist play in times of ecological crisis? The urgency of this question and our long-term involvement with the subject brings the three artists Rachel Bacon, Suzette Bousema and Anja de Jong together in this exhibition. The opening speech will be given by Flos Wildschut at 16:00.
Drawn to Time is an online exhibition organized by the Drawing Research Group at Loughborough University in the UK. Selected by guest curator Susan Kemenyffy, it accompanies the Drawing Research Network‘s 2021 series of research presentations on Temporal Drawing.