Otomys Contemporary announces participation at Draw Art Fair London. Draw Art Fair London will be the first fair in the United Kingdom dedicated to modern and contemporary drawing. It aims to present all facets of drawing as a fundamental practice and to create a platform where rare works by modern masters and recent works from the 21st century will stand side by side. This event is an unrivaled opportunity for visitors to discover the new, and to rediscover established artists. Draw Art Fair London will present sixty galleries, who have been invited to curate individual exhibitions of artists’ drawings, or groups of drawings, in a museum-style context. It will take place over three floors at the Saatchi Gallery. In the heart of Chelsea, Saatchi Gallery is a landmark building, formerly the Duke of York’s Headquarters; in central London near Sloane Square on King’s Road.
Georges Dorignac @drawartfairlondon
Exhibitors may juxtapose drawings with related paintings, sculptures, photos or videos, in a ratio of approximately 70% to 30%, using drawing as the core concept and placing it at the heart of a broader perspective on artistic creation and production. As a result, there will be rare and exciting opportunities for visitors to see drawings alongside related works, some possibly on view together for the first time since they left the artist’s studio.
Tadao Ando @drawartfairlondon
Otomys Contemporary will be showcasing a curated collection of new works by Zarah Cassim and Caroline Denervaud. South African artist, Zarah Cassim is concerned with the notion of perception. Creating dreamlike, dense and abstract landscapes, Cassim believes that reality exists in multiple layers. She uses her medium to affect the viewer’s encounter with spatial illusion. Cassim’s pieces will engage in dialogue with works on paper by French artist, Caroline Denervaud. Trained in contemporary dance and movement analysis, Denervaud has been exploring how movement can convey intrinsic emotions. Through her mark making and gestural stroke, her work presents a research of balance and imbalance.
Opening on Thursday 16th until Sunday 19th May, Otomys Contemporary can be found at stand G6.5. Please contact email@example.com for a full list of works available and tickets to the fair. Should you not be available to make it to Draw Art Fair, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to view the work of Caroline Denervaud and Zarah Cassim in the Melbourne or Tetbury gallery.
Caroline Denervaud, Paris Studio @ideih
Zarah Cassim, Cape Town Studio @zarahcassim