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Until Sat 8th Dec

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‘Drawing is as fundamental to my art making as my skeleton is to my body. Drawing is the bones of my thought.’ Dorothea Rockburne.

Artists include: Lizzie Cannon, Christopher Cook, Charlie Franklin, Pippa Gatty, Dragan Ilic, Ianis Lallemand, David Marron, Nina Sellars, Anais Tondeur and William Utermohlen.

The artists involved have each engaged with this often over-looked medium within contemporary art. Dragan Ilic’s interactive sculpture features a snake-like piece of rubber stabbed with 3,000 pencils. Pippa Gatty’s series of drawings of space matter evokes a cabinet of collected information, both real and imagined. Anais Tondeur’s object based work details a narrative developed from a pathology specimen of a once swallowed pencil from St Bartholomew’s Pathology Museum.

Graphite intends to reflect on these innovative and varying explorations by a group of artists, to encourage discussion surrounding the significance of the pencil, and question the belief it is a perfunctory or archaic material.

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Venue Facts

Venue: GV Art


Address:
49 Chiltern Street
London
W1U 6LY 51.519974, -0.155662


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Website: gvart.co.uk

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Enquiries: 0208 408 9800


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