“There is always a figure, the ineluctable trace of the human presence. A figure drawn on a plain sheet of paper, or occupying a painted space lain out with cursory indications of floors, walls, horizons, earth, sky. It is day or night or some other artifical time.” - Adrian Searle
Drawing Room is pleased to announce a new work by Sarnath Banerjee, the third Annotations artist to create work for - and inspired by - Drawing Room’s Outset Study. Best known for his graphic novels and films that tell stories through a combination of free hand drawings and...
Mon 30 October 2017 : 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Drawing Room is pleased to offer Drawing Circle members the privileged opportunity to see a number of works in the V&A Prints and Drawings collection for an event kindly hosted by the museum especially for members.
28 September – 12 November 2017
A solo exhibition of drawings by Nicola Tyson
“When I begin to draw, I have no idea what’s going to appear. I work swiftly, to stay just ahead of the cage of language, the linear mind and rational decision-making. I just let the forms grow themselves, self-organize…”