Date:  14 February 2013 - 06 April 2013
Category:  Exhibition

Knut Henrik Henriksen at the Drawing Room, London

Photo: Installation shot of Drawing: Sculpture at Leeds Art Gallery.Photo: Installation shot of Drawing: Sculpture at Leeds Art Gallery

Norwegian artist Knut Henrik Henriksen will exhibit at the exhibition Drawing: Sculpture at the Drawing Room Gallery with a range of artists that all make works that move between sculpture and drawing.

Knut Henrik Henriksen has an interest in questioning and redefining architectural spaces, paying particular attention to the in-between and contradictory, and leaving the work open to adaption to different environments. 

The other artist participating is amongst others Sara Barker, Anna Barriball, Alice Channer and Aleana Egan. In the work of each artist there is a fusing of opposites - inside and outside, objective and subjective, bodily and ascetic - and a consideration of in between, discursive places. The works investigate the interplay between an attention to surface and material and attention to line and form.

Drawing: Sculpture is the first partnership between the Drawing Room in London and Leeds Gallery. The Drawing Room is dedicated to the investigation and presentation of international contemporary drawing, and Leeds Gallery holds the most comprehensive collection of sculpture in any regional British gallery.

Drawing: Sculpture
Thur 14th February - Sat 6th April
Tue - Sat 12pm - 18pm
Late Night opening Fri 22nd February and Fri 29 March until 8pm

The Drawing Room
Tannery Arts
12 Rich Estate
Crimscott Street
London SE1 5TE


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