43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum

Curated by Paul Cureton and Craig Staff
6 September to 30 October 2011

A revived interest in drawing has brought the discipline to the forefront of
contemporary art. The 43 Uses of Drawing exhibition explores the practice of drawing beyond the paper surface, via the work of 43 practitioners working in a number of different areas. The aim of the exhibition is to ignite debate and discussion by mapping the different practices and uses of drawing across disciplines and beyond the boundaries of fine arts.

Rugby Art Gallery And Museum
Little Elborow Street
Rugby CV21 3BZ
T: (01788) 533201
F: (01788) 533204
ragm@rugby.gov.uk
www.ragm.org.uk



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