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Drawing with Vanishing Point

Drawing with Vanishing Point, 2017 - Mark Manders

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Drawing with Vanishing Point, 2017

Mark Manders  

40 x 30 cm / 15.75 x 11.81 inch
Edition of 40 copies, signed and numbered by the artist

  • Medium: Offset print and pencil on paper
  • This work comes with the Mark Manders' publication Night Drawings
  • This work is unframed
  • Ships in 2 to 5 business days from Brussels (BE)

about this work

About this edition, Mark Manders says: "In the series Drawing with Vanishing Point, I trace a drawing back to its starting point. Drawing is a very physical action: you put a pencil on paper, move it, stop, draw another line… By tracking every movement in a drawing, a vanishing point appears. This vanishing point also functions as a projection point for the decisions that were made while creating this image.” The motive depicted on this edition was also part of Mark Manders' most recent presentation in Belgium, as part of the installation he made for The Absent Museum in Wiels.

The basis of this edition is an offset print, on which Mark Manders drew with pencil. 


about Mark Manders

Since 1986, Mark Manders has developed an on-going project, consisting of sculptures, installations and architectural plans, which he describes as a “Self-Portrait as a Building”. As the title suggests, his artistic practice seems an attempt to translate individual identity, such as personal emotions and ideas, into sculptural spaces through objects and text. Manders makes use of found objects, including brick walls, tables, chairs and raw wood, which often reoccur often throughout his oeuvre.

Mark Manders has had numerous solo exhibitions, including shows at S.M.A.K., Ghent; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and the Dallas Museum of Art. His work has also been shown in several major group exhibitions at venues such as Solomon R. Guggenheim, New York; MoMA, New York; and Louvre, Paris. In 2013 Manders was selected to represent the Netherlands at the 55th Venice Biennial and he participated at documenta 11 in Kassel in 2002.

His work is present in many important public collections, such as MoMA, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Mark Manders is represented by the following galleries;
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Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

You can find more works by Mark Manders on his own website.

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