What is a drawing and what are its qualities? Drawings are not just lines on paper, drawings can be much more. The curatorial collective »Drawing Wow« around Anna Gille, Philip Loersch and Tim Plamper now presents this diversity in »Drawing Wow 2« and will be hosted by Kunstsaele Berlin from 5 to 22 August 2020.

Drawing Wow 2
Artists: Arno Beck, Donald Bernshouse, Kristina Bekker, Irma Blank, Leda Bourgogne, Jonathan Callan, Tom Chamberlain, Martin Dammann, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Charlotte Dualé, Marcel Dzama, Marcel van Eeden, Nadine Fecht, Friederike Feldmann, Nina Mae Fowler, Rupprecht Geiger, Anna Gille, Julien Gobled, George Grosz, Chloe Grove, Toulu Hassani, Julius Heinemann, Ricarda Hoop, Thomas Kaminsky, Martin Kippenberger, Werner Knaupp, Schirin Kretschmann, Dieter Krieg, Philip Loersch, Robert Longo, Johan Lorbeer, Axel Malik, Przemysław Matecki, Tomoko Mori, Lisa Mühleisen, Kazuki Nakahara, Anna Nezhnaya, Tobias Pils, Tim Plamper, Laure Prouvost, Uwe Rachow, Matthias Reinhold, Max Renneisen, Jewyo Rhii, Tomas Schmit, Marc Schnubbzer, Stefan Schwarzer, David Shrigley, Milen Till, Hann Trier, Rinus Van de Velde, Nicholas Warburg, Claudia Zweifel
5 – 22 August 2020
Kunstsaele Berlin, Berlin

What is a drawing and what are its qualities? Drawings are not just lines on paper, drawings can be much more. The curatorial collective »Drawing Wow« around Anna Gille, Philip Loersch and Tim Plamper now presents this diversity in »Drawing Wow 2« and will be hosted by Kunstsaele Berlin from 5 to 22 August 2020.

»Drawing Wow« sees itself as an artistic platform that deals with the long-term and sustainable mediation and linking of both contemporary positions as well as those that have become current again. The aim is to unfold the great diversity of the medium through ongoing exhibition projects and to create a dialogue that illuminates and questions drawing as a means of understanding reality.

Drawing Wow Archive

As part of »Drawing Wow 2«, also the »Drawing Wow Archiv« is inaugurated and made accessible for the first time. It is meant as a living library that gathers publications by the artists involved, aiming to grow with every further exhibition.