Paul Klee: Early and Late Years, 1894–1940

Paul Klee, suchend und findend (Searching and Finding), 1937. Paste color on paper on cardboard, 13 3/4 x 19 5/8 inches. Private collection. Image courtesy of Moeller Fine Art New York–Berlin.

  The work of Paul Klee (1879–1940), noted for its delicacy and wit, isn’t always honored with the distinction that it deserves.  The Swiss-born artist, whose works loosely reflected his

The Encyclopedic Palace

Dorothea Tanning, Costume Design for Night Shadow, 1945. Watercolor on paper, 8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches. Image courtesy of Judith Young-Mallin, The Young-Mallin Archive, NY.

Massimiliano Gioni’s sprawling 150 artist-exhibition Il Palazzo Enciclopedico / The Encyclopedic Palace opens at the Venice Biennale on June 1st. Among the curator’s eclectic selection—intended to “[blur] the line between

Giosetta Fioroni

In conjunction with the exhibition Giosetta Fioroni: L’Argento, Curator Claire Gilman illuminates some of the Italian artist’s pop cultural references.     While eminently familiar to her Italian peers, many

Persistent Vestiges

From November 5, 2005 to February 11, 2006, The Drawing Center hosted an exhibition about an event that took place 30 years prior, yet with repercussions that were timely for

Cally Spooner

In advance of the third program in The Drawing Center’s Drafts series, Visitor Services Manager Genevieve Wollenbecker speaks with London-based artist Cally Spooner about event-making, live research, and drafting as a performative practice.

Margaret Kilgallen

  While venturing through The Drawing Center’s archive of past exhibitions, I came across the work of Margaret Kilgallen, who was featured in the Selections Fall 1997 show. Kilgallen’s artwork

Nikolaus Gansterer

In advance of the third program in The Drawing Center’s Drafts series, Curatorial Assistant Nova Benway speaks with Vienna-based artist Nikolaus Gansterer about the generative potential of diagrams.     Nova