The Good Drawing is the 7th in our Graduate School series of Bright publications
Edited by Stephen Farthing, Kelly Chorpening and Colin Wiggins
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A lot of drawing requires careful observation, measuring and plotting. While the resulting combination of lines, smudges and erasures might resemble something of the world, it also evidences the drawing’s own creation. Each mark is a decision to select a bit of information and represent it in a particular way, but what determines these choices? In asking the question, ‘What is a good drawing?’, finding consensus seemed far less important than did recognizing what the overall conversation was saying about drawing’s place in the world today. This publication provides a record of some of the discussion that took place on 28th March 2012 at the National Gallery, London.
98pp, colour ills., hardcover, price includes P&P, shipping may take two weeks within the UK, longer overseas, ISBN: 978-1-908339-01-0