DO I HAVE TO DRAW YOU A PICTURE?
A group exhibition at the Heong Gallery, Cambridge, until 7 October 2018.
‘Do I Have To Draw You a Picture?’ is engaged with themes of communication, breakdown of communication, and isolation. It brings together a collection of contemporary American and British prints from the British Museum, and works in various media from private lenders, including prints, postcards, books, diagrammatic drawing, sign painting, tape recording, neon, LED, enamel plaques, bunting, and campaign posters.
Artists include Mel Bochner, Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, Jasper Johns, Glenn Ligon, Bruce Nauman, Eduardo Paolozzi, Grayson Perry, Ed Ruscha, and Wolfgang Tillmans, amongst others.
Image: Mel Bochner ‘Do I Have To Draw You a Picture?’, 2013.
Etching with aquatint printed in blue on white wove paper, 56.5 × 77 cm.
© Mel Bochner. Collection: The British Museum.
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