20.02. – 25.04.2021.
The Salzburg Kunstverein is presenting a group exhibition entitled “Line as Thought, Lines as Universe.” This exhibition examines contemporary drawing practices in comparison to some of the pioneers of abstract drawing from past decades. The exhibition concept was initially inspired by drawings by the late Romanian artist Alina Popa. The other drawings on display take various conceptual and expressive directions, exploring the potential of drawing as an art form to represent the ineffable and intangible, as well as to circumnavigate ideas, space, and the unknown in visual form, ultimately testing the limits of language and thought.
On view are works by William Anastasi, Nina Canell, Carlfriedrich Claus, Attila Csörgő, Christoph Fink, Habima Fuchs, Nikolaus Gansterer & Alex Arteaga, Monika Grzymala, Karel Malich, Isabel Nolan, Morgan O’Hara, Alina Popa, Stuart Sherman. The exhibition was curated by Séamus Kealy and Nikolaus Gansterer.
Line as Thought, Lines as Universe
20.02. – 25.04.2021