Featuring: Rebecca Schultz
Drawing has been radically transformed in the last 100 years, as countless artists reimagined the traditional concepts of drawing and expanded the medium’s definition beyond gesture and form. This expanded definition included mark-making that ventured off the paper, into multimedia, film, sculpture and much else. However, in recent years, many artists have returned to a more gestural and representational mode. In this new and dynamic tension between tradition and experimental visions, Site:Brooklyn is exhibiting works across all mediums and processes, which showcase the diversity and range of drawing’s place in contemporary art.
Olga Valle Tetkowski is currently deputy director at The Drawing Center in NYC. HAS HAS HELD POSITIONS AS administrator of curatorial projects and curator at the Bard Graduate Center NYC, assistant curator at the Museum of Art and Design, Urban Glass and Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University.