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Drawing is an especially exciting chapter in contemporary art. Drawing features in every culture, just as every culture has its vocabulary of symbols, whether they be taken from mythical, political, historical, religious, or other sources.
The exhibition Linie Line Linea—Contemporary Drawings conducts a renewed dialogue at each location. The exhibition provides an overview of contemporary drawing in Germany. It highlights the extent to which drawing speaks a multilayered language, even when it concentrates on the drawn line as its basic element. Among the different artistic media, drawing stands out as an independent and unmistakable means of composing exact, authentic images, shaping and changing our perception of ourselves and the world in the process.
Volker Adolphs, Clemens Krümmel, Dorothée Bauerle-Willert, Stephan Berg, Eugen Blume, Ruth Diehl, Knut Ebeling, Uwe Fleckner, Stefan Gronert, Amine Haase, Jens Peter Koerver, Katrin Bettina Müller, Andreas Schalhorn, Christoph Schreier, Johannes Stahl, Carmela Thiele, Harald Uhr
Irina Baschlakow, Marc Brandenburg, Monika Brandmeier, Fernando Bryce, Marcel van Eeden, Gerhard Faulhaber, Katharina Hinsberg, Pauline Kraneis, Pia Linz, Christiane Löhr, Theresa Lükenwerk, Nanne Meyer, Thomas Müller, Christian Pilz, Alexander Roob, Malte Spohr, German Stegmaier, Markus Vater, Jorinde Voigt, Ralf Ziervogel