The Nothing That Is: A drawing show in 5 parts. V2

I'm happy to be a part of the second iteration of this show at the Carnegie in the Cincinnati area.  


The Carnegie’s 2016-17 Gallery Season continues with The Nothing That Is: A Drawing Show in Five Parts running March 10 through April 15, 2017. The exhibition will kick off with an opening reception on Friday, March 10 featuring a gallery talk led by Carnegie Exhibitions Director Matt Distel and curator Bill Thelen.


 The Nothing That Is presents an exhibition in five parts about drawing, curated in collaboration with Bill Thelen, an artist, curator and educator based in Raleigh, NC. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and he operates the influential and ambitious Lump Gallery in Raleigh.

The exhibition, featuring works by more than 90 artists, will combine artists of national and international stature alongside works by artists based in this region. The various sections of the exhibition will explore the practice of drawing from the very traditional to conceptual practices to community-based activity. A previous iteration of this exhibition was presented at CAM-Raleigh.