This nonprofit gallery is all drawing all the time, but don't go expecting a roomful of framed works on paper. Over the past few years, artists have been redefining the medium, and you're as likely to see an abstract sculpture by art-star Richard Tuttle as a selection of works by proto-Surrealist James Ensor. Emerging artists are invited to submit slides to the Viewing Program. Selected artists receive advice from the Center's curatorial staff and other fine-arts professionals during organized sessions.
The Drawing Center
|Venue name:||The Drawing Center||Contact:|
35 Wooster St
|Cross street:||between Broome and Grand Sts|
|Opening hours:||Wed, Fri–Sun noon–6pm, Thu noon–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to Canal St|
|Price:||$5, seniors and students $3, children under 12 free. Thu 6–8pm free.|
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James Sheehan, Death of Malevich
You're going to have to look a bit hard for this long-term installation by ultraminiaturist James Sheen: It consists of a postage-stamp–size watercolor, embedded in a basement corridor. The image is based on a 1935 photo of the Russian avant-gardist Kasimir...Drawing Until Sat October 31st 2015 FreeRead more35 Wooster St New York New York
Tomi Ungerer, "All in One"
Born in Alsace, France, Ungerer found his way to midcentury New York, where he became an award-winning children's book illustrator whose emblematic linear style still influences graphic designers today. By the mid-1960s, he was also creating politically...Design Until Sun March 22nd 2015 FreeRead more35 Wooster St New York New York