2001 - Out of Line: Drawings
© the artist
8 May - 20 Oct 2002
Out of Line presented more than sixty drawings from the Collection, dating from the 1930s to 2001. Including studies and small-scale drawings by many of Britain’s most distinguished painters and sculptors such as David Hockney, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Pasmore and Bridget Riley, alongside large-scale works by prominent contemporary artists Adam Dant, Graham Gussin, Emma Kay, Rachel Lowe, Simon Periton, and Keith Tyson, among others. The exhibition offered a broad perspective from which to consider the fundamental nature of drawing, its potential for reinvigoration, and its ongoing relevance to the visual arts today.
The exhibition was accompanied by a 60 page full-colour catalogue which featured reproductions of works in the exhibition together with contributions by artists, and introductory text by the exhibition’s selector, Suzanne Cotter.