new exhibitions
DRAWING ROOM

Unit 8 Rich Estate, 46 Willow Walk, SE1 5SF
020 7394 5657

www.drawingroom.org.uk
mail@drawingroom.org.uk

Tue-Fri 11-6, Sat-Sun 12-6

undergroundBorough, Bermondsey, London Bridge / Bus 1, 78, 42, 188, C10


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LATE NIGHT FRIDAY AT #DRAWINGB2017
Mar 31, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm talk/event
We are open till 8pm for Late Night Friday. Join us for a chance to see Drawing Biennial 2017 and browse resource highlights on Biennial artists in Outset Study.
FREE, all welcome

ARTISTS’ TOUR
Apr 1, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm talk/event
Drawing Biennial 2017 participating artists Matt Calderwood, Vanessa Jackson and David Musgrave will introduce their work in the exhibition and select their favourites from the 248 works on view.
FREE, all welcome

DRAWING BIENNIAL 2017
Apr 12 - 26, 2017
Save the Date!
Exhibition & online auction of over 200 unique works on paper
 
Online auction 12 – 26 April
 
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FINAL HOURS
Apr 26, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm talk/event
We are open for the final hours of  Drawing Biennial 2017, providing a last chance to view work and place bids before the close of the online auction at 9pm. Staff will be on hand to provide information about the works and assistance with bidding.
All welcome, RSVP requested to biennial@drawingroom.org.uk

Click to enlargeGRAPHIC WITNESS
May 18 - Jul 9, 2017
Graphic Witness demonstrates the power of drawing to challenge and question, its capacity to record and reflect protest, and to produce images that bear witness to social injustice and even the horrors of war. The drawings move beyond documentation of man’s inhumanity to man, and become active agents in understanding how political ideals are corrupted, and a reminder not to stand by, but to act.
 
Drawing is particularly suited to representing evidence as it is a legible medium; to look closely at a drawing is to trace the history of its making and in this sense each drawing acts as its own witness. The artists in Graphic Witness employ different drawing modes to produce evidence of conflict and suffering, commentaries on injustice and as tools to prompt social change. These wide ranging graphic responses question accepted histories, speculate on alternative scenarios and propose new trajectories.
 
Graphic Witness is curated by Kate Macfarlane (curator and co-director, Drawing Room).

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