The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing
Exhibition 14 November 2009 – 10 January 2010
A Hayward Touring Exhibition
This exhibition of new and recent work by eleven highly acclaimed young international artists explored a diverse range of contemporary approaches to drawing. From small, intricately-crafted pencil drawings to expanded installations in which the ‘drawn’ lines are made from tape, or in which drawings mutate into animation, the exhibition celebrated a contemporary resurgence in drawing.
This exhibition brought together artists from several continents, all using drawing to communicate their ideas, dreams and interpretations of the world. Artists in the exhibition were: Jan Albers (Germany), Michaël Borremans (Belgium), Marc Brandenburg (Germany), Fernando Bryce (Peru/Germany), Kate Davis (New Zealand/Scotland), Monika Grzymala (Poland), David Haines (England/ Netherlands), Kim Hiorthøy (Norway), Garrett Phelan (Ireland), Naoyuki Tsuji (Japan), Sandra Vasquez de la Horra (Chile).
The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing Webfilm
Talks and Events
Monika Grzymala Artist’s talk
Monika Grzymala in conversation with Brian Dillon, writer, critic and UK editor of Cabinet magazine
New Attitudes in Drawing Panel Discussion
Artist Louise Hopkins and art historians Ed Krcma (University College Cork) and Anna Lovatt (University of Nottingham) discuss new art historical and practice- based approaches to drawing.
This poster was designed by The Fruitmarket Gallery to support The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing exhibition which ran from 14 November 2009 – 10 January 2010.