Nulla Dies Sine Linea, (An Exhibition of Contemporary Spanish Drawing)
22 artists from across Spain. Curated by Blanca Soto
The Crypt Gallery
St Pancras Church
London, NW1 2BA
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This exhibition takes us on a journey through contemporary Spanish drawing with the work of 22 artists from across Spain, artists with different trajectories and with different ways of approaching drawing. It comprises the most simple and rudimentary techniques to new technologies applied to drawing, that include:
Pencil on paper by Sofía Jack, Sito Mújica, Oscar Seco, José Luis Serzo and Domingo Sánchez Blanco. Digital prints by Marina Núñez, Enrique Radigales and Daniel Silvo.
The geometrical abstraction of Ruth Quirce to the pure line of Imanol Marrodán and the drawing-video hybridisation of Juan Zamora.
The nod to antiquity of Manuel Barbero. The instant drawings of Juan Ángel Gónzalez de la Calle.
The oneiric drawing of Luis Quintero. The comic of Luis Pérez Calvo. The landscapes of Santiago Talavera and Jesús Zurita. The conceptual geographic drawings of Lola Marazuela and Paco Mesa who create a real drawing, a great global drawing, from an imaginary line.