Ignacio Uriarte: Line of Work

Inspired by his previous career in business administration, Berlin-based artist, Ignacio Uriarte, has steadily produced a body of drawings that showcase the aesthetics of the office and its travails.

Dickinson/Walser: Pencil Sketches

New York – The Drawing Center presents Dickinson/Walser: Pencil Sketches, bringing together Emily Dickinson’s original poem manuscripts and Robert Walser’s microscripts for the first time in an art museum setting.

Calder Hyper Mobility

In the early 1930s, Alexander Calder invented an entirely new mode of art, the mobile – a kinetic form of sculpture in which carefully balanced components manifest their own unique systems of movement.

Moholy-Nagy: Future Present

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presented Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, the first comprehensive retrospective of the pioneering artist and educator László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) in the United States in nearly 50 years.

The Legend of SpY

SpY has a cult following in the Madrid street art scene. His works take urban spaces and catapults them into a commentary on the status quo.

Ritchelly Oliveira, Lucunas in the mind

Oliviera is the real star of his hyper-realistic drawings. His every touch infusing a renaissance richness to parched paper. It is here that he manoeuvres negative spaces into his compositions to keep the context of his masterful hand constantly alive in the beholder’s eye.

Rashid Johnson, Anxious Men

Re-telling the dark wounds of fear In 2015 The Drawing Center presented Rashid Johnson’s Anxious Men, a site-specific installation created by the artist with curator Claire Gilman for the Drawing Room gallery.