A show at Vienna’s Albertina reverses the more commonly held belief in art history that drawings are merely preparatory to paintings.
Pete Schulte’s drawings at first seem to be easily apprehended and quickly digested, but they demand a deeper reflection on choices and motives.
While the Whitney Museum retrospective celebrates his long career, two smaller New York shows cull from Warhol Factory closets important ephemera that illuminate his body of work and his relationship to art making.
I have developed some affection for the enterprise, which is much more diffuse than other New York fairs.
Artist Alexander Perrin’s Short Trip is a hand-drawn interactive game in which players drive a trolley for cats.
In one of the drawings discovered in a well-worn album, fished out of the trash in 1970 by a teenager in Springfield, Missouri, a wide-eyed woman points to a bouquet of flowers below the words “ECTLECTRC PENCIL.”
Chalkboard drawings from nearly a century ago were uncovered in the walls of a downtown Oklahoma City school.
PARIS — Karel Appel would start drawing by shimmering bright muck or line around until it eventually formed into semi-abstract philosophical lava, or monkey shit, or the poetry of release.
The majority of our universe is energy and matter that we cannot see. The dark matter that overwhelms our earthly objects emits no light, and is therefore a nebulous thing to represent, something that is more an idea than a vision.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Century-old chalkboard drawings were revealed earlier this month during renovations at Emerson High School in Oklahoma City.
For all those who could never quite manage a straight line in Drawing 101, Saurabh Datta may have an answer.
Some unique artist books are currently on view at Christie’s in New York.