DRAWING LAB :
THE FIRST CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER IN FRANCE DEDICATED TO DRAWING

2nd EXHIBITION
JUNE 9th - SEPTEMBER 9th, 2017: (NO NAMES BUT NAMES)

Artist: Debora Bolsoni
Curator : Claudia Rodriguez Ponga

CALL FOR PROJECT 

Drawing Lab Paris, the first private art center exclusively devoted to drawing in France, allows independent curators to present emerging or established artists’ work by applying to our call for project. It will be studied by an independent selection committee:

  • Daria de Beauvais, curator at the Palais de Tokyo
  • Agnès Callu, curator for cultural heritage and researcher at CNRS
  • Sandra Hegedüs, collector and founder of SAM Art Projects
  • Elsy Lahner, curator for the contemporary art at the Albertina from Vienna
  • Philippe Piguet, art critic and artistic director of Drawing Now Art Fair

All proposals are subject to a rigorous selection process, also the duo artist / curator must propose an exhibition project of contemporary drawing created for the art center.

Deadline: October 31st  2017

Founded by Christine Phal and the Endowment Fund for Contemporary Drawing (Fonds de Dotation pour le Dessin Contemporain), the objective of Drawing Lab Paris is to endow contemporary drawing with enduring means for sustainable practices.

We are a private art center dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of contemporary drawing but above all we value experimentation within drawing, in all its forms and provide contemporary artists with the possibility of exploring drawings full spectrum.

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(No names, but names), Debora Bolsoni

From June 9th to September 9th, Drawing Lab Paris will present the exhibition (No names, but names), realized by the artist Debora Bolsoni which is presented by the curator Claudia Rodriguez Ponga.
Free entrance