Drawn: From the Collection of Jack Shear

Jack Shear has long had an interest in how artists collect the work of other artists. In 1999 he co-organized an exhibition on this topic at New York’s Drawing Center, Drawn from Artist’s Collections. Shear is a deeply curious collector with an interest in many types of art, but he has recently focused much of  his attention on drawings. As an artist himself, he understands how this medium is often closest to the nascence of creativity: drawing generally records it’s maker’s thoughts with unequivocal directness. This exhibition will be curated by Shear in an exploratory, free-flowing manner in which the forms, compositions and colors on the sheets respond to one another in a playful, non-traditional hang, as in the photograph above. Shear is a photographer, curator and Executive Director of the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation. He was instrumental in bringing Kelly’s Austin to the Blanton Museum of Art.

Organized by Jack Shear and Carter E. Foster, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, Blanton Museum of Art 

Sunday, August 22

Blanton Museum of Art (BMA)
200 MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD E, Austin, Texas 78705

Event Type

Arts & Humanities, Campus & Community

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Families, General Public

Website

https://blantonmuseum.org/rotation/dr...

Cost

Free to UT Students, Faculty, and Staff. Advance timed ticket reservations required.

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At Blanton Museum of Art

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