‘Marginalia: Open Sessions 10’ at The Drawing Center, New York
“Marginalia: Open Sessions 10,” a group exhibition started on April 14 and will run through June 11, 2017 at The Drawing Center, New York.
The selection of works on display explores our recent geopolitical and ideological constructs to be permeable or malleable. The artists featured in this exhibition depict border and barriers as material constructs through which to build new avenues that lead to solidarity and at the same time trespass. The show features artist such as Daniel Bejar, Ana Peñalba, Sue Jeong Ka, Carolyn Lambert, Srinivas Mangipudi, Irini Miga and Rodrigo Valenzuela. Taking drawing as a mode of inquiry through deserted landscapes, Valenzuela visualizes the American dream, Bejar crosses communities all linked through politically maneuvering, Peñalba’s sketches depict visional architecture from the waste of the present, the aesthetics of deportation are explored by Ka, archiving tender and noticeable gestures are done by Miga, legible marks are found by Lambert deep in the Arctic Sea and notebooks are created inviting strangers to add their marginalia by Mangipudi.
The exhibition is on view at The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St, New York, NY 10013, USA.
For details, visit: http://www.drawingcenter.org/
Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.
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