The Drawing Room is the only public gallery in the UK and Europe dedicated to the investigation and presentation of international contemporary drawing. The Drawing Room produces exhibitions, artist-led projects, talks and publications that provide opportunities for artists, across nationalities, generations and cultures, to develop their practice. The visionary programme is widely disseminated via the web, exhibition tours and the international distribution of publications.

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Chiharu Shiota at Haunch of Venison

This is the first UK solo exhibition by Japanese, Berlin based artist Chiharu Shiota. Shiota obsessively installs absorbing drawings with black yarn evoking anxieties and themes of remembrance. Exhibition closes 27 March 2010.

Haunch of Venison

Linear by Dryden Goodwin

Dryden Goodwin, 60 films as part of a new commission for Art on the Underground.
Drawing over 60 portraits of the workers on the Jubilee line Goodwin has created intimate film portraits by recording the drawing process with each sitter. Accompanied by snippets of conversations, each accelerated drawing reveals intimate moments between the artist and the sitter and results in an insightful social portrait.
The films can be viewed by following this link

Art on the Underground