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RAYMOND PETTIBON: And What is Drawing For?

RAYMOND PETTIBON: And What is Drawing For?

Featuring some 100 drawings and three video works, the exhibition presents for the first time in Israel, a substantial body of work by Raymond Pettibon (b. 1957). Pettibon delves into America’s cultural and historical layers, from the formative ethos of the American spirit through to its marginal subcultures. The dynamic relationship between text and image in every drawing opens up a space of reflection on behavioral patterns and cultural conditioning. From within this space, Pettibon’s work refines insights on the cultural moment in which we live, not only in the USA.

OPENING DATE:

Thursday 21 November 2019

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 25 April 2020

LOCATION:

Prints and Drawings Gallery and the Laurence Graff Contemporary Art

CURATOR:

Irith Hadar

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  • Pen, ink, and acrylic on paper, 88.9x120 cm Collection of Maurice Marciano, Los Angeles © Raymond Pettibon, courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles
  • No Title (Let me say…), 2012 Ink and gouache on paper, 114.3x236.2 Private collection courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles © Raymond Pettibon, courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles
  • No Title (You killed--murdered--), 2007 Pen, ink, and gouache on paper, 76.2x57.2 Private collection courtesy of David Zwirner © Raymond Pettibon, private collection courtesy of David Zwirner