Hannelie Coetzee’s anti-zoo of liberated animals signals how nature has always been visibly, if ‘silently,’ queer.
The Menil Collection presents the fifth installment of the Menil Drawing Institute’s ephemeral wall drawing series featuring Marc Bauer.
Ruth Asawa drawings served as the connective tissue―or through line―of her creative process throughout her career.
On view through September 3, 2023, the Gray Foy drawings exhibition spans the artist’s career from the 1940s to the 1970s.
All fifty-five original Si Lewen drawings reproduced in the book will be exhibited, along with eight additional related works.
The Hammer Museum presents Bridget Riley drawings, the first American museum exhibition dedicated to Riley’s drawings in over half a century.
The Menil Collection will open the most comprehensive survey ever mounted of Robert Motherwell drawings on November 18, 2022.
The National Gallery of Art holds the preeminent public collection of works—31 drawings and 400 prints—outside Europe by M. C. Escher.
“100 Great British Drawings” at The Huntington Library will trace the practice of drawing in Britain from the 17th through mid-20th century.
Mel Bochner Drawings: A Retrospective is the first show of the artist’s work to use drawing as its principal organizing focus.
Dusti Bongé sketch drawings provide insight into the artist’s practice and interests. Enjoy this Dusti Bongé self portrait sketch.