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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

D MUSEUM is pleased to present a large-scale special exhibition entitled I draw from February 14 to September 1, 2019. Comprising over 350 works from various practices including drawing, illustration, object, animation, and installation by 16 internationally recognized artists noted for their unique interpretations, the exhibition features multiple aspects of drawing in our contemporary times.
The act of drawing has been applied throughout history not only to record or remember the various human conditions of different moments in times but also to visualize and express one’s ideas in a thoroughly original way.
This exhibition will delve into the diversity and modernity of the drawing practice by showcasing in an omnibus format the inspired thinking of the participating artists, who will spark the viewer’s curiosity by presenting familiar territory as new, heterotopia-style scenes or by describing the journey to one’s innermost self.
I draw offers a refreshing break from the flood of society’s digitally visualized images in the form of delicately subtle sensibilities not easily captured by the human eye or by cameras, together with extraordinary stories presented by the artists. Through this, the audience will imagine stories that go far beyond what is seen and experience them as new sensations―all while rediscovering the very simple yet very fabulous act of drawing.

Rain, 2015 ?Eomyujeong

“Drawing is a way of coming upon the connection between things,
just like metaphor in poetry reconnects what has become separated.”

- John Berger -

INTRODUCTORY FILM

EXHIBITION FEATURES

Chilean desert, 2015 ©Oamul Lu
Chilean desert, 2015 ©Oamul Lu

16 Artists

Pierre Le-Tan, Hattie Stewart, Unskilled Worker, Oamul Lu and more world-class artists, who has gained worldwide attention for their creative works. Youngjun Kim, Ram Han, Moonassi, Shin Morae, Eomyujeong, and Kyuhyung Cho, who are the next generation of artists in Korea, are here to meet in one place.

350 Art Works

Drawing, Illustration, object, animation, and installa-
tion are presented through an omnibus-style structure that presents the delicate and empathetic daily stories of Artists.

The Tiger that lost its stripes, 2017 ©Unskilled Worker
The Welbelove Cousins, 2018 ©Unskilled Worker
Le secret I, 2018 ©Kristelle Rodeia
Le secret I, 2018 ©Kristelle Rodeia

Multisensory
experience

Based on spatial motifs that inspire the working world of participating artists, such as windows, gardens, reception rooms, and museums, you can experience the illusion of living in and out of synesthesialy produced exhibition halls using Sinography, Cent, and Sound.

Rain, 2015 ©Eomyujeong
Rain, 2015 ©Eomyujeong
I don't have time for this ©Hattie Stewart
Age gap, 2017 ©Moonassi
Sundaayyyssss, 2014 ©Stefan Marx
Sundaayyyssss, 2014 ©Stefan Marx
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