Bernard’s suggestions and references

The stage of drawing: gesture and act : selected from the Tate Collection

Front Cover
The Stage of Drawing presents remarkable works on paper selected by the artist Avis Newman from the prestigious collection of Tate, London. Including both well-known and less familiar drawings from the mid-1700s to the 1970s by British and international artists, this book, and its accompanying exhibition, offers the opportunity to view developments in drawing over the past three centuries. The subjects addressed by the book range from literary and theatrical influences on such artists as Sir Joshua Reynolds, William Blake, and Henry Fuseli, to the gestural act in 20th-century drawing as seen in the work of Natalya Goncharova, Francis Bacon, Lucio Fontana, Cy Twombly, Blinky Palermo and Andy Warhol. This book presents a unique view of drawing and its place in the history of art.

Jonathan Borofsky

http://thesilo.raphaelrubinstein.com/artists/jonathan-borofsky

This “messy” style allows freedom, and also reflects the freedom sought.

http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/images/detail/jonathan-borofsky-letter-to-lucy-r-lippard-9800

wall installation

To bring in Irene here, she referred me to Van Stokker her delicate colours and wall paintings

And this is me, something I thought I would hide

Wall

Bernard pointed me to Avis Newman

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Her canvas works, objects and works on paper show
a longstanding preoccupation with the notion of origins,
as embodied in the initial moment of tracing, and with
considerations of the genesis of the mark. To this end
drawing has figured as a central concern.

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