The Drawing Center

About the Museum


Main Gallery, exhibition view of Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios. Doors lead to the Drawing Room
Main Gallery, exhibition view of Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios. Doors lead to the Drawing Room
Photo: Paul Warchol. Courtesy WXY architecture., Paul Warchol

Main Gallery, exhibition view of Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios. Doors lead to the Drawing Room

Exterior View, The Drawing Center
Courtesy WXY architecture. Photo: Paul Warchol

Exterior View, The Drawing Center

View of The Lab and stairs with In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art exhibition
Photo: Paul Warchol. Courtesy WXY architecture., Paul Warchol

View of The Lab and stairs with In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art exhibition

Main Gallery, exhibition view of Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios
Photo: Paul Warchol. Courtesy WXY architecture., Paul Warchol

Main Gallery, exhibition view of Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios

"The subject at The Drawing Center is always drawing itself: what it has been, what it can be," writes New York Times critic Holland Cotter. This Manhattan-based museum and exhibition space is unique in focusing solely on the medium of drawing and its continued relevance to contemporary culture, the future of art and creative thought. Every year, The Drawing Center’s Selections exhibition showcases the work of emerging draughtsmen and women, and the centre also offers a range of public programmes, including artist talks, symposia and The Big Draw, a day-long event featuring artist-led drawing activities for all ages.

(Photo: Paul Warchol, Courtesy of WXY Architecture)

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