Drawing a Line in the Sand

Drawing a Line in the Sand

untitled #156 by simon frost

Simon Frost

Untitled #156, 2011

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trans 5 by john zurier

John Zurier

Trans 5, 2007

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trans 6 by john zurier

John Zurier

Trans 6, 2007

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n. dash, april iii 2011

N. Dash, April III 2011, 2011

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n. dash, august ii 2010

N. Dash, August II 2010, 2010

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kimmeridge drawing #5 by john beech

John Beech

Kimmeridge Drawing #5, 2011

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kimmeridge drawing #11 by john beech

John Beech

Kimmeridge Drawing #11, 2011

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horizontal lines not straight not touching by sol lewitt

Sol LeWitt

Horizontal Lines Not Straight Not Touching, 1990

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construction of vision (1 color property, 4 tangent conics) by david rabinowitch

David Rabinowitch

Construction of Vision (1 color property, 4 tangent conics), 1973

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léonie guyer, untitled

Léonie Guyer, Untitled, 2010

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house struck by a lightning bolt by louise bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois

House Struck by a Lightning Bolt, 1998

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untitled (g1, g2, g3) by robert zandvliet

Robert Zandvliet

Untitled (G1, G2, G3), 2011

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Thursday, February 2, 2012Saturday, March 31, 2012


New York, NY USA

Peter Blum is pleased to announce the exhibition Drawing a Line in the Sand, a group exhibition of works on paper opening on February 2nd at Peter Blum Soho, 99 Wooster Street, New York. An opening reception will be held on Thursday February 2nd from 6-8pm.

Drawing a Line in the Sand is a continuation of the gallery’s ongoing interest in drawing. It follows the tradition begun with earlier exhibitions such as Drawing a Line and Crossing it (1997) and Line and Surface (2006).

Over the past century the definition of drawing has broadened its boundaries significantly. As drawings were once perceived as preparations for other artworks or illustrative images, they have in recent times transformed into an art form that stands on its own. Like with painting and sculpture, artists have pushed the limits of drawing, expanding the meaning of line and surface.

Drawing a Line in the Sand presents an array of drawings by twelve artists spanning a period from the 1960’s to the present. Focusing on the importance of the line, the artists in the exhibition employ a variety of methods and materials such as pencil, graphite, charcoal, watercolor, enamel and even the folding of paper, expanding the definition of the drawing and the possibilities of the medium.

The following artists are included in the exhibition:

John Beech
Louise Bourgeois
N. Dash
Zipora Fried
Simon Frost
Mireille Gros
Léonie Guyer
Sol LeWitt
David Rabinowitch
Robert Ryman
Robert Zandvliet
John Zurier

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