Dan Levenson

Dan Levenson, SKZ Student Painting Study (detail), 2013. Oil on aged blotter paper, 23 3/8 x 33 1/8 inches (A1 size).

On a trip to California in January I visited Viewing Program artist Dan Levenson, who recently relocated to Los Angeles from Brooklyn. We had many conversations leading up to this

Drawing Papers 7: The Prinzhorn Collection

Left: August Klett, Portrait of Hans Prinzhorn, 1919. Drawn on a sheet of notes left behind by Prinzhorn on a visit, 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches. Right: August Klett, Untitled, 1915. Pencil, watercolor, and colored pencil on writing paper, 8 3/16 x 6 1/2 inches/

The Prinzhorn Collection: Traces upon the Wunderblock—a show presenting over two hundred works by mentally ill patients in asylums between 1890 and 1900—opened at The Drawing Center in the spring

Xenakis Matters

Lucien Hervé, Philips Pavilion, c. 1958. Archival exhibition print, 18 1/2 x 11 7/8 inches. Image courtesy of Fondation Le Corbusier.

Anticipating the public launch of the anthology Xenakis Matters at The Drawing Center on February 28, 2013, this first installment of The Bottom Line’s new column Retrospect revisits the exhibition Iannis

Ignacio Uriarte

Ignacio Uriarte, Film Still from The History of the Typewriter recited by Michael Winslow, 2009. HD-Film (RED) on BluRay, 20 minutes and 52 seconds. Image courtesy of the artist.

On the occasion of his current exhibition at The Drawing Center, Assistant Curator Joanna Kleinberg Romanow caught up with artist Ignacio Uriarte to discuss his nostalgia for obsolete administrative supplies,

Drafts Phase I

  Drafts, a new programming series at The Drawing Center, begins this Thursday, February 7 with Phase I: Advanced Mechanics of Materials.   Each program will derive from images in

Hillary Mushkin

Incendiary Traces outdoor drawing event at Northrop Grumman Space Park Drive Aerospace Headquarters, Redondo Beach, CA, 2012. Photo by Jena Lee. Image courtesy of the artist.

  Silhouette is a new column on The Bottom Line featuring profiles of artists in The Drawing Center’s Viewing Program, written by Viewing Program Curator Lisa Sigal.     I