Pushing paper:
Contemporary drawing from 1970 to now

A fascinating exploration of drawing by contemporary artists from across the globe. Focusing on 56 selected works from the 1970s to today, Pushing paper examines why drawing has endured as a method of making art, and explores the vital and fundamental nature of drawing through themes such as systems and process, identity, place and space, time and memory, and power and protest.

Client: Thames & Hudson in conjunction with the British Museum
Author: Isabel Seligman
Format: Paperback
Extent: 128 pp
Size: 250 x 220 mm
Illustrations: 126 


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