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20120122183922-c4rdsdrawing3 Anschlüssel: London/Berlin   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Maxime Angel, Daphne Warburg Astor, Frank Auerbach, Frank Badur, Irina Baschlakow, Peter Blake, Scott Blaser, KIRSTY BUCHANAN, George Charman, Helen Cho, David Connearn, Eva & Adele, Nadine Fecht, Maryclare Foa, Nick Fox, Joe Graham, Marc Gröszer, TAKAYUKI HARA, Bertram Hasenauer, Claude Heath, Björn Hegardt, ANDREW HEWISH, David Hockney, Olav Christopher Jenssen, Károly Keserü, Paul Kindersley, Paco Knöller, Ulrich Kochinke, Takehito Koganezawa, Astrid Köppe, Mark Lammert, Corinne Laroche, Valentin Emil Lubberger, David Murphy, Kazuki Nakahara, Thomas Qualmann, Giulia Ricci, Frances Richardson, Danny Rolph, Fiene Scharp, Hanns Schimansky, Andreas Schmid, Dennis Scholl, Gordon Shrigley, Heidi Sill, Bob and Roberta Smith, Chiyoko Szlavnics, Kate Terry, Annabel Tilley, Viktor Timofeev, Virginia Verran, Jorinde Voigt at Centre For Recent Drawing January 19th, 2012 - March 3rd, 2012
Posted 1/22/12

(image at top right: Virginia Verran, Bonner-space (words), 2011, Drawing. Courtesy of the artist and Centre for Recent Drawing) Most of us picked up a crayon to scribble before we could read or write. Whether we continue to draw or not, we’ve all experiences the primacy of that flow from brain, eye and hand into line onto a surface. Drawings are little windows into a person’s mind; as unique as a fingerprint, yet readable like a universal language. C4RD’s new exhibition, Anschlüssel: London/Berlin, demo... [more]

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Richard Avedon, Peter Blake, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Allen Jones, Bert Stern, Andy Warhol at Chicago Cultural Center July 19th, 2008 - September 21st, 2008
Posted 8/11/08

Heading into Life as A Legend: Marilyn Monroe at Chicago’s Cultural Center I pretty much knew I wasn’t going to like it. But the promise of seeing work by Pop Art icons Andy Warhol, Mel Ramos, Peter Blake, Allen Jones and Richard Avedon made it seem worth the visit. The Cultural Center’s website touts it: “The diversity of the collection allows the viewer to enjoy and remember all the facets of this charismatic star, as well as explore more deeply her tender vulnerability. Having traveled in si... [more]

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