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Drawing Room, London
20 February–19 April 2014
Following her major show at Tate Britain, Alison Wilding is included in Abstract Drawing, a group exhibition curated by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Deacon at Drawing Room, London.
Bringing together over 30 artists from different generations and parts of the world, the exhibition explores the complexities of 'abstraction' in contemporary drawing.
The exhibition opens on Wednesday, 19 February, 6–8.30p.m., with a co-director's tour at 6p.m.
A catalogue published by Ridinghouse accompanies the exhibition and includes texts by Richard Deacon, Dawn Ades and Anna Lovatt.
A number of Alison Wilding titles will also be available at a Ridinghouse pop-up bookstore at Drawing Room.
Artists showing alongside Alison Wilding are:
Tomma Abts, Roger Ackling, Anni Albers, David Austen, David Batchelor, Victor Ciato, Garth Evans, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, John Golding, Lothar Götz, Frederick Hammersley, Victoria Haven, Susan Hefuna, Eva Hesse, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Anish Kapoor, Hilma af Klint, John Latham, Bob Law, Sol LeWitt, Gordon Matta-Clark, Kazimir Malevich, Emma McNally, Sam Messenger, Nasreen Mohamedi, Jackson Pollock, Dorothea Rockburne, Mira Schendel, Richard Serra, Kishio Suga, Darrell Viner, Richard Wright
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