Natasja Kensmil - Overseas - 2020 - Oost-Indische inkt en conté potlood op papier - 123 x 215 cm
Ellen Gallagher - Abu Simbel - 2005 - photographe, watercolour, colour pencil, varnish, pomade, plasticine, blue fur, gold leaf and crystals - 62 x 90 cm
On Paper - Natasja Kensmil - Marlene Dumas
Natasja Kensmil - Black Tears - 2011 - conté potlood op papier ingelijst - 90 x 120 cm
On Paper - Kara Walker - Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas - And God Said - 1990 - ink and pencil on paper - 29,5 x 23,5 cm
On Paper - Marlene Dumas - Vandalised Pin-up - 1996
This exhibition brings together drawings by four committed painters, each of whom has developed a visual language in which references to distant and/or near history, power, oppression and human issues come into tension with the present. Whether the visual elements are derived from pop culture, music, history, art history, mysticism or a mixture thereof, the artworks offer a new and rich perspective on entrenched thinking systems.