View large image To Continue, 2014

Nick Mauss, To Continue, 2014 Steel, lacquer, glue, veiling and mixed media on paper 25 x 30 x 17.5cm Courtesy of Campoli Presti, London

View large image Stairs, 1995

Rachel Whiteread, Stairs, 1995 Correction fluid on black paper 29.5 x 21cm Gagosian Gallery

View large image Stairs, 1995

Rachel Whiteread, Stairs, 1995 Correction fluid on black paper 29.5 x 21cm Gagosian Gallery

View large image Stairs, 1995

Rachel Whiteread, Stairs, 1995 Correction fluid on black paper 29.5 x 21cm Gagosian Gallery

View large image Untitled, 2009

Rachel Howard, Untitled, 2009 Ink on Paper 39.7 x 21 cm Collection Kate Macfarlane & Antony White, London

View large image Doubled Over, 2014

Nick Mauss, Doubled Over, 2014 Steel, lacquer, glue, veiling 31 x 28 x 17.5cm Courtesy of Campoli Presti, London

View large image Dear Sister, 2013

Rachel Howard, Dear Sister, 2013 Oil on Paper 29.7 x 31cm Collection Kate Macfarlane & Antony White, London

View large image Untitled, mid 1990s

Phyllida Barlow, Untitled, mid 1990s Acrylic on paper 21 x 29.6cm Courtesy Hauser & Wirth

View large image Surf, 2013

Antony Gormley, Surf, 2013 Black pigment on paper 20cm x 18cm (unframed) Collection Kate Macfarlane & Antony White

Contemporary Drawings at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

17 March - 21 June 2015

To complement New Rhythms ,an exhibition of the work of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, drawings by ten contemporary artists can be found in the attic and ground floor of the Kettle's Yard House in Cambridge. They range from dynamic sketches to drawings from life, reflecting some of the subjects and approaches to be found in Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s celebrated drawings. Artists include Charles Avery, Phyllida Barlow, Aleana Egan, Antony Gormley,  Thomas Houseago, Rachel Howard, Chantal Joffe, Nick Mauss, Daniel Silver, and Rachel WhitereadDisplay curated by Drawing Room. 

 

- On Wednesday 10 June 6-8pm join Andrew Nairne, Director Kettle's Yard and Mary Doyle, Co-Director Drawing Room, for a discussion of Gaudier-Brzeska’s practice and how contemporary artists use drawing today.

 

Exhibition and event info here www.kettlesyard.co.uk. 

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