Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Jacqueline Bishop on Claire Gilman, Drawing Center Curator

"In a sense," she said, "every show that we put on seeks to answer the question of what drawing is. In every show we are asking the same question, while providing very different answers. We are always trying, in our shows, to test the boundaries of what is immediately apprehensible as drawing. I have a more intuitive sense of what drawing is, but I would say that more than anything else it has to do with a line, with passage from one place to another. Whereas painting is more concerned with being an all-over composition on a contained surface, drawing is about the linear path from one place to another."

Read more on Claire Gilman, Drawing Center Curator, in the Huffington Post article by Jacqueline Bishop.

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