14 February – 20 March 1980
Drawings should be viewed up close and carefully. Compared to a painting or sculpture, a drawing is a work of art with a modest and a certain intimate character. This is related to the small size at which drawing is usually practiced and to the simple means one needs in drawing: paper, pencil, pen, ink and chalk. They are not very laborious materials. Pencil and chalk in particular lend themselves to subtle nuances. Drawing is also a very individual activity.