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COLUMBUS, GA - American drawings of the late 18th through the mid-to-late 20th century represent one of the chief strengths of the Museums collection. To examine more recent trends in American drawing, the Museum presents New Directions, which will feature work by 16 artists, several of whom have yet to receive a major museum exhibition: James Barsness, Suzanne Bocanegra, Hilary Brace, Brad Brown, Ingrid Calame, Russell Crotty, Valerie Demianchuk, Leonardo Drew, Anthony Goicolea, Edgar Jerins, Julie Mehretu, Amy Myers, Robyn O'Neil, Peggy Preheim, Jane South and Lee Walton. The exhibition will be accompanied by an illustrated catalog and is organized by Stephen C. Wicks, the Museum's former Curator of Collections and Exhibitions.
New Directions will demonstrate the renewed importance of drawing as a contemporary art form and the dynamic ways in which artists are pushing the medium into new, creative territory. The exhibition will encourage viewers to redefine their notion of drawing, its aesthetic range, visual power and expressive potential. Along with examples of innovative approaches to the medium, the selection will include works by artists who exploit, in extraordinary ways, traditional aspects of drawing. View February 25 – June 10, 2007.