Jorge Macchi Tevere, 2006 Concrete 10 x 500 x 70 cm Courtesy GALLERIA CONTINUA, San Gimignano / Beijing / Le Moulin Photo by Ela Bialkowska


29 February–13 May 2012 – Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art

Lines of Thought explores the work of 15 contemporary artists, whose practice has focused in particular on using line in creatively challenging ways. The show encompasses painting, sculpture and installation as well as crosses several generations.

Hemali Bhuta: Stepping Down, 2010 Dimension: Variable, wax sticks of various lengths and cotton threads. Copyright the artist and Project 88


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ighlights include a giant cave-like installation made of 30,000 wax candles which will hang from the gallery ceiling, and a 3m² wall drawing entitled ‘Ceaseless Doodle’ which depicts the contours of all the world’s borders. The Lines of Thought exhibition brings together a number of disparate works that prompt thoughts about how the simplicity of line is the core element of so many and often unpredictable forms of artistic expression.

Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt: Ceaseless Doodle, 2009 Wall drawing with permanent marker, 320x320 cm Courtesy of the artists Installation view; Kunsthalle Mannheim Photo: Cem Yücetas


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articipating include Helene Appel, Hemali Bhuta, James Bishop, Raoul De Keyser, Adrian Esparza, Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Jorge Macchi, Nasreen Mohamedi, Fred Sandback, Conrad Shawcross, Anne Truitt, and Richard Tuttle

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