21.01. - 16.05.2010
Drawing has always played a role in the discussion of art, but especially in recent years, its international significance has become particularly visible as a global pictorial language. The exhibition Linie Line Linea contains groups of works by 20 artists, men and women who live and work in Germany. Concentrating on line and surface, pencil and paper, the spectrum ranges from improvisational movement to a complex picture of the world, from individual experience to everyday culture, from concept to reporting. Following the premiere in Bonn, the show will travel throughout several continents. Participants are: Irina Baschlakow, Marc Brandenburg, Monika Brandmeier, Fernando Bryce, Marcel van Eeden, Gerhard Faulhaber, Katharina Hinsberg, Pauline Kraneis, Pia Linz, Christiane Löhr, Theresa Lükenwerk, Nanne Meyer, Thomas Müller, Christian Pilz, Alexander Roob, Malte Spohr, German Stegmaier, Markus Vater, Jorinde Voigt and Ralf Ziervogel.
This is an exhibition of the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations) in conjunction with the Kunstmuseum Bonn.