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The Drawing Center Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun, 12-6pm; Thurs, 12-8pm. Tickets are $5 adults, $3 student and seniors, children under 12 are free.

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Ebecho Muslimova's alter-ego Fatebe is the exuberant protagonist featured in her site-specific installation "Scenes in t...
02/19/2021

Ebecho Muslimova's alter-ego Fatebe is the exuberant protagonist featured in her site-specific installation "Scenes in the Sublevel," on view now in our lower gallery. The bold cartoon character finds herself in humorous and comprising situations that demonstrate and counter Muslimova's own self-consciousness and anxieties. ⁣
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To schedule a visit, please click the link in our bio. ⁣
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Image: Ebecho Muslimova, detail of "Fatebe Sister Booth B," 2020. Enamel and oil paint on Dibond aluminum, 96 x 48 in. Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Maria Bernheim, Zürich and Magenta Plains, NY. Photo by Shark Senesac.

“I think the biggest revelation for me is the work entitled ‘Feed Folks,’ which was probably made around 1970. It includ...
02/17/2021

“I think the biggest revelation for me is the work entitled ‘Feed Folks,’ which was probably made around 1970. It includes an actual American flag which is the background for a body print that is cut out from a piece of cardboard. To me, this work really cements Hammons in a moment in American art history in the 1960s.” — Executive Director Laura Hoptman speaks about our current exhibition "David Hammons: Body Prints 1968-1979" in a recent interview with @culturetype. ⁣
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To read⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ the full interview, or to schedule a visit to the exhibition, please click the link in our bio.⁣
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Image: Installation view: "David Hammons: Body Prints 1968-1979," The Drawing Center, New York. February 5 – May 23, 2021. Photo: Daniel Terna⁣

David Hammons, "Feed Folks," 1974. Mixed media on paper board on fabric, 39 3/4 x 29 1/2 inches (101 x 74.9⁣
cm). Collection of Lonti Ebers, New York. Photograph by Bruce M. White.

The site-specfic installation "Ebecho Muslimova: Scenes in the Sublevel," currently on view in our lower gallery, featur...
02/14/2021

The site-specfic installation "Ebecho Muslimova: Scenes in the Sublevel," currently on view in our lower gallery, features Muslimova's alter ego Fatebe, an uninhibited character that displays bold confidence in her body.  For Muslimova, Fatebe’s unabashed occupation of physical space and overt body confidence and its many functions is a kind of language for her self-expression and personal agency. ⁣
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To visit the installation, please schedule a reservation via the link in our bio! ⁣
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Image: Ebecho Muslimova, "Fatebe Wet Mold," 2020. Enamel and oil paint on Dibond aluminum, 96 x 48 in. Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Maria Bernheim, Zürich and Magenta Plains, NY. Photo by Shark Senesac.

"By using the body, I'm going to have the truth whether I want it or not." — ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣David Hammons, 1978 ⁣Visit our...
02/12/2021

"By using the body, I'm going to have the truth whether I want it or not." — ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣David Hammons, 1978 ⁣
Visit our new exhibition "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968-1979" by scheduling a reservation via the link in our bio.⁣
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Image: David Hammons, Untitled, 1969. Pigment on paper, 36 1/4 x 25 1/8 inches (92 x 63.8 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York.The Friends of Education of The Museum of Modern Art, the General Print Fund, and Committee on Drawings Funds, 2009. Digital Image © The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, NY.

Join us tomorrow, Feb 9 at 12pm EST for a live conversation with artist Waqas Kahn and Chief Curator Claire Gilman. The ...
02/08/2021

Join us tomorrow, Feb 9 at 12pm EST for a live conversation with artist Waqas Kahn and Chief Curator Claire Gilman. The pair will discuss Kahn's interdisciplinary practice and his experimentations in miniature and pointillism art forms. ⁣
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Tune into our instagram stories tomorrow at 12pm EST to watch the discussion live! ⁣
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Image: Courtesy of the artist. @waqaskhaan @clairesgilman

In her site-specific installation "Scenes in the Sublevel," currently on view in our lower gallery, Ebecho Muslimova's a...
02/07/2021

In her site-specific installation "Scenes in the Sublevel," currently on view in our lower gallery, Ebecho Muslimova's alter ego Fatebe, an exuberant and confident protagonist, finds herself in situations both comedic and compromising. Fatebe experiences physical and mental space in a way that both demonstrates and counters her own self-consciousness and anxieties. ⁣
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To schedule a visit, please click the link in our bio. ⁣
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Image: Ebecho Muslimova, "Fatebe Beaded Curtain," 2020. Enamel on Dibond aluminum, 96 x 96 in. Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Maria Berheim, Zürich and Magenta Plains, NY. Photo by Shark Senesac.

Today marks the opening of our two new exhibitions: "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968-1979," the first museum exhibition...
02/05/2021

Today marks the opening of our two new exhibitions: "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968-1979," the first museum exhibition dedicated to Hammons’s pivotal early work on paper, and "Ebecho Muslimova: Scenes in the Sublevel,” a newly commissioned site-specific installation. ⁣
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To learn more about the exhibitions or schedule an in-person visit, please click the link in our bio.⁣
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Images: David Hammons, "Untitled," 1975. Grease, pigment, and mixed media on paper, on two sides, 41 x 31 inches (104.1 x 78.7 cm). Collection of Eleanor Heyman Propp. (Recto)⁣

Ebecho Muslimova, detail of "Fatebe Beaded Curtain," 2020. Enamel on Dibond aluminum, 96 x 96 in. Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Maria Berheim, Zürich and Magenta Plains, NY. Photo by Shark Senesac.

artnet featured our upcoming exhibition "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968-1979" in their Editor's Picks this week! https...
02/02/2021
Editors’ Picks: 16 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From David Hammons at the Drawing Center to Duke Riley on the Great Molasses Flood | artnet News

artnet featured our upcoming exhibition "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968-1979" in their Editor's Picks this week! https://bit.ly/3rlFlrr

The first museum exhibition dedicated to David Hammons’s pivotal early works on paper, "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968–1979" brings together the monoprints and collages in which the artist used the body as both a drawing tool and printing plate to explore performative, unconventional forms of image making. More than a half century after they were made, these early works on paper remain a testament to Hammons’s desire to reinterpret notions of the real; his celebration of the sacredness of objects touched or made by the Black body; his biting critique of racial oppression; and his deep commitment to social justice.

Exhibition opens this Friday, Feb 5!
https://drawingcenter.org/exhibitions/david-hammons

Editors picks from new shows of David Hammons at the Drawing Center and Eric Standley at Dinner Gallery to a talk with Duke Riley.

"David Hammons: Body Prints, 1969 - 1979" is opening this Friday, Feb 5! Featuring Hammons's early works on paper, the e...
02/01/2021

"David Hammons: Body Prints, 1969 - 1979" is opening this Friday, Feb 5! Featuring Hammons's early works on paper, the exhibition brings together the monoprints and collages in which the artist used the body as both a drawing tool and printing plate, which resulted in impressions that are intimate direct indexes of faces, skin, and hair that exist somewhere between spectral portraits and physical traces. ⁣
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Image: David Hammons, "The Wine Leading the Wine," c. 1969. Grease and pigment on paper, 40 x 48 inches (101.6 x 121.9 cm). Hudgins Family Collection, New York.

Opening Friday, Feb 5, "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968 - 1979" will be the first museum exhibition dedicated to David ...
01/28/2021

Opening Friday, Feb 5, "David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968 - 1979" will be the first museum exhibition dedicated to David Hammons’s pivotal early works on paper. It will bring together the monoprints and collages in which the artist used the body as both a drawing tool and printing plate to explore performative, unconventional forms of image making. More than a half century after they were made, the body prints remain a testament to Hammons’s desire to reinterpret notions of the real; his celebration of the sacredness of objects touched or made by the Black body; his biting critique of racial oppression; and his deep commitment to social justice.⁣
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To schedule a visit, please click the link in our bio.⁣
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Image: ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣David Hammons, "Spade (Power for the Spade)," 1969. Grease, pigment, and silkscreen on paper, 51 1/2 x 33 1/2 inches (130.8 x 85.1 cm). Private Collection, Courtesy Tilton Gallery, New York.

You can watch recordings of many of our public programs online, including a drawing workshop hosted by Curatorial Assist...
01/25/2021

You can watch recordings of many of our public programs online, including a drawing workshop hosted by Curatorial Assistant and artist Isabella Kapur @isajkapart. In this workshop, Kapur discusses Neo Rauch’s drawing practice and leads attendees in a drawing exercise inspired by Rauch’s unique approach to form and narrative. ⁣
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Recorded via zoom in May 2020, this workshop is suitable for all ages and is available through the link in our bio. ⁣
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Image: Neo Rauch, "Grün," 2013. Felt tip pen and oil on paper. Courtesy of the artist.

Join Chief Curator Claire Gilman and artist Edie Fake this Tuesday, Jan 26 at 12:30pm EST for an instagram live conversa...
01/24/2021

Join Chief Curator Claire Gilman and artist Edie Fake this Tuesday, Jan 26 at 12:30pm EST for an instagram live conversation.⁣
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"Labyrinth," Fake's site-specific installation in our stairwell is an homage to the Labyrinth Foundation, an early organization for trans men established in the late 1960s in Chicago. The elaborate wall drawing features a maze-like architectural façade, which dissolves into the same winding patterns and paths that populate Fake’s individual drawings, a reference to the myriad unmapped territories and paths through trans identity.⁣
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Watch Brooklyn-based DJ and practicing artist Tiffany Shi host a drawing workshop focused on the work of Iannis Xenakis,...
01/22/2021

Watch Brooklyn-based DJ and practicing artist Tiffany Shi host a drawing workshop focused on the work of Iannis Xenakis, a Greek avant-garde composer. In the workshop, Shi gives an overview of Xenakis' groundbreaking work and leads attendees through a series of musical drawing exercises.⁣
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Recorded via zoom in April 2020, this workshop is suitable for all ages and is available through the link in our bio.⁣
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Image: Iannis Xenakis, Study for Terretektorh, c. 1965–66. Color pencil on paper, 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. Iannis Xenakis Archives, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.

Last Chance! See "100 Drawings from Now” before it closes today, Jan 17. ⁣—⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣Our galleries are open until 6pm t...
01/17/2021

Last Chance! See "100 Drawings from Now” before it closes today, Jan 17. ⁣
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Our galleries are open until 6pm today, and you can schedule a visit by clicking the link in our bio. A limited number of walk-ins will be available when the galleries are not at capacity. ⁣⁣
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Images: Raque Ford, "Black Face White Mask Martini," 2020. Watercolor and ink on paper, 29 x 21 inches (73.7 x 53.3 cm). Courtesy of the artist.⁣

Anton Van Dalen, "Eros & Covid-19," 2020. Prismacolor pencils, graphite, and ink on Strathmore paper, 23 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches (59.2 x 21 cm). Courtesy of the artist and PPOW.⁣

Simon Evans™, Insecurity Card, 2020. Paper, pen, and tape, 2 1/8 x 3 3/8 inches (5.5 x 8.5 cm). Courtesy of Simon Evans™.⁣

Amy Lien and Enzo Camacho, "Needs (3)," 2020. Vegetable fibers, cotton, cardamom, and pearls, 13 x 10 inches (33 x 25.4 cm). Courtesy of the artists and 47 Canal, New York.

"Drawing’s capacity to chronicle events in real time has made it a powerful means to reflect on volatile election campai...
01/16/2021

"Drawing’s capacity to chronicle events in real time has made it a powerful means to reflect on volatile election campaigns, a deadly pandemic and economic and racial inequality.” —New York Times ⁣
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Experience the exhibition “100 Drawings from Now” before it closes tomorrow, January 17! Our galleries are open until 6pm today. To schedule a visit, click the link in our bio. A  limited number of walk-ins will be available when the galleries are not at capacity. ⁣
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Jennifer Packer, Untitled, 2020, Charcoal and pastel on colored paper 8 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches (22.2 x 24.8 cm), Courtesy the artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co. and Corvi-Mora ⁣

Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Treasure Hunt #2, 2020, Black charcoal, gouache, black marker, soft pastel, oil pastel, oil paint, paint stick on wood block, 9 x 9 x 1 1/2 inches (22.9 x 22.9 x 3.8 cm), Collection of Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Donna Augustin-Quinn ⁣

Katherine Bernhardt, Untitled, 2020, Acrylic and watercolor on paper, 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm), Courtesy of the artist and Canada Gallery. ⁣

Walter Price, Scarecrow, 2020, Graphite, gel pen, Scotch tape, burned paper, color pencil and Sharpie on manila tagboard paper, 12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm), Courtesy of the artist and Greene Naftali, New York ⁣

Maurizio Cattelan, Untitled, 2019, Acrylic watercolor on paper, 17 x 12 3/4 inches (43 x 32.5 cm), Courtesy of Maurizio Cattelan's Archive

It's the final weekend to see "100 Drawings from Now," an exhibition that provides a snapshot of artistic production dur...
01/15/2021

It's the final weekend to see "100 Drawings from Now," an exhibition that provides a snapshot of artistic production during  a period of profound global unrest. Together, the works on view demonstrate the myriad ways that drawing can act as a vital connective force, a respite, a demonstration of pain or anger in the face of injustice, and an essential expression of one’s humanity. ⁣
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Image: Fred Tomaselli, "March 21, 2020," 2020. Acrylic, collage, and archival inkjet print on watercolor paper, 11 x 12 inches (28 x 30.5 cm). Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan.

In the "100 Drawings from Now" exhibition publication, Executive Director Laura Hoptman writes that "...artists have tur...
01/14/2021

In the "100 Drawings from Now" exhibition publication, Executive Director Laura Hoptman writes that "...artists have turned to the drawing medium in 2020 for convenience, but also for solace. Self-portraits reinforce selfhood; portraits remind us of love and community." ⁣
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Check out the portraiture included in "100 Drawings from Now" before the exhibition closes this Sunday, Jan 17! Click the link in our bio to schedule a visit.⁣
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Image: R. Crumb, "R. CRUMB by R. CRUMB," 2020. Pen, ink, and white paint on paper, 11 3/4 x 8 7/8 inches (29.8 x 22.5 cm). Courtesy of the artist, Paul Morris, and David Zwirner⁣ © Robert Crumb, 2020.

"I started drawing the presidents’ caskets in the hope that life would imitate art (as they say). I left behind fingerpr...
01/13/2021

"I started drawing the presidents’ caskets in the hope that life would imitate art (as they say). I left behind fingerprints as a trace of my existence and also to take back ownership of my own fingerprints, which the system has tried taking from me—⁣fingerprinting me dozens of times for daily updates to my parole supervision files," artist Timothy Curtis described his drawing featured here and in our current exhibition "100 Drawings from Now, "closing this Sunday, Jan 17. ⁣
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Image: Timothy Curtis, "Fingerprints On A President's Casket No. 45," 2020. Charcoal and graphite on paper, 18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

Join us this Thursday, Jan 14, at 12:30pm EST for a free participatory drawing workshop led by teaching artist Mark Zubr...
01/12/2021

Join us this Thursday, Jan 14, at 12:30pm EST for a free participatory drawing workshop led by teaching artist Mark Zubrovich. Reflecting on the pandemic, self-isolation, and the surge of activism in the United States, workshop participants will discuss how artists in our current exhibition, "100 Drawings from Now," have turned inward to document and reflect on this period of upheaval.⁣ @mzubrovich
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To register (free) please visit the link in our bio. ASL Interpreter Services will be provided by DeafLink Inc. Live closed captioning for this workshop will be provided.⁣
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Image: Lily van der Stokker, "I have f25,- in my pocket (a variation)," 2001–19. Color pencil and pen on paper, 8 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches (21 x 59.20 cm). Courtesy of the artist and kaufmann repetto Milan / New York. Photograph by Greg Caridero.

This Thursday, Jan 7 at 12:30pm EST, join teaching artist  Mark Zubrovich for a free participatory drawing workshop that...
01/04/2021

This Thursday, Jan 7 at 12:30pm EST, join teaching artist  Mark Zubrovich for a free participatory drawing workshop that will examine the ways in which artists use humor and irony in the language of drawing to adapt to and make sense of the new circumstances of daily life. The workshop will focus on a selection of drawings from the current exhibition "100 Drawings from Now," and participants will discuss how artists make us laugh and contemplate our struggles as we search for balance in the absurdity of it all.⁣
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Image: Meriem Bennani, "Milan Dream from Comic Therapy Diary," 2020. Black pencil on paper, 14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm). Courtesy of the artist and CLEARING New York/Brussels.

Tap the link in our bio to schedule a visit to see "100 Drawings from Now" - closing on Jan 17.⁣—⁣⁣⁣⁣Included in the exh...
01/03/2021

Tap the link in our bio to schedule a visit to see "100 Drawings from Now" - closing on Jan 17.⁣
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Included in the exhibition is Florencia Rodríguez Giles' landscape drawing, featured here. Evocative of Giles' yearning for nature during quarantine, the drawing is part of a series of the artist's appropriations of Latin American landscapes made by nineteenth century traveling painters. ⁣
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Image: Florencia Rodríguez Giles, "Viaje inmóvil," 2020. Charcoal on paper, 13 x 18 7/8 inches (33 x 48 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

We are thrilled to welcome you all back to The Drawing Center! Today we are open 12pm - 6pm with social distancing and m...
01/02/2021

We are thrilled to welcome you all back to The Drawing Center! Today we are open 12pm - 6pm with social distancing and mask protocols in place. Our current exhibition "100 Drawings from Now" is on view through Jan 17. ⁣
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Image: Dan Perjovschi, "Virus Diary (2 m Distance)," 2020. Black marker on paper, 8 1/2 x 11 5/8 inches (21.5 x 29.5 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

Happy 2021! Today we begin the year with resilient hope and energy as we continue to explore drawing's capacity to bring...
01/01/2021

Happy 2021! Today we begin the year with resilient hope and energy as we continue to explore drawing's capacity to bring us into the present moment, where true change is possible. ⁣
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We reopen tomorrow, Jan 2 at 12pm! Visit the link in our bio to schedule a visit. ⁣
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Image: Nalini Malani, "Hieroglyphs, Lohar Chawl," 2020. Pencil, watercolor, and ink on Papier d’ Arches, 7 x 10 1/4 inches (18 x 26 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

Over the past year, The Drawing Center has begun to reenvision our role as an institution, while staying true to our mis...
12/31/2020

Over the past year, The Drawing Center has begun to reenvision our role as an institution, while staying true to our mission at the nexus of drawing and contemporary ideas. Our current exhibition "100 Drawings from Now," features work made during the pandemic by over 100 international artists, and reflects our ongoing commitment to the work of living artists and spotlights the urgency, intimacy, and universality of drawing during moments of upheaval and isolation.⁣
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Image: Nedko Solakov, "A Man Searching for…," 2020. Black ink on paper, 7.5 x 11 inches (19 x 28 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Galleria Continua. Photograph by Nedko Solakov.⁣

Curtis Talwst Santiago, "If the Sun Shines then I’m Fine," 2020. Aquarelle watercolor on Arches paper, 8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm). Courtesy of the artist. ⁣

Jennifer Packer, "Untitled," 2020. Charcoal and pastel on colored paper, 9 x 9 3/4 inches (22.9 x 24.8 cm). Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., and and Corvi-Mora. Photograph © Jennifer Packer.

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