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The Drawing Center

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Kiesler_53
Study for "Paris Endless", 1947 Tempera On Paper 11 7/8 X 18 1/8 In. © Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna. Source: Archive of the Kiesler Foundation, Vienna.
Kiesler_34
"The Unity of Architecture, the Plastic Arts and the Spectator", 1947 Tempera On Cardboard 14 1/4 X 10 3/8 Inches © Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna. Source: Archive of the Kiesler Foundation, Vienna.
Kiesler_13b
Study for viewing mechanism, 1942 Tempera And Ink On Cardboard 10 7/8 X 14 3/4 © Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna. Source: Archive of the Kiesler Foundation, Vienna.
Arslan_12
"L’Homme XXVI: Hallucinations, Arture 385", 1988 Handmade Pigments And Ink On Paper 13 1/4 X 10 3/4 In. © Yüksel Arslan
Tiravanija_main
(from the series Demonstration Drawings) © Courtesy the Artist & The Drawing Center
The Drawing Center
35 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013
Venue Type: Museum


UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
August 3rd - September 17th
Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions
Regina Agu, Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Daniel Bejar, Danielle Dean, Mustafa Faruki, Eric Ramos Guerrero, Sheree Hovsepian, Olalekan Jeyifous, Sue jeong Ka, Rafael Kelman, Arnold Kemp, Nsenga Knight, Carolyn Lambert, Lei Lei, jc lenochan, Thessia Machado, srinivas mangipudi, James Mercer, Irini Miga, Sun Moqing, Florentine & Alexandre Lamarche Ovize, Ana Peñalba, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Jennifer May Reiland, Gabriela Salazar, Slinko, Edwin Torres, Hong-An Truong, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Ezra Wube, Sara Chang Yan, Tuguldur Yondonjamts
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Lisa Gold
Open hours
Tue-Fri 10am - 6pm; Sat 11am-6pm
Phone
212-219-2166
Fax
212-966-2976
Gallery type
Contemporary
Cost
$3 suggested donation
DESCRIPTION

The Drawing Center is the only not-for-profit fine arts institution in the country dedicated to the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary. It was established in 1977 to provide opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists; to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history; and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.