Paul Robbrecht

Paul Robbrecht, Aue Paviljonen, project B, DM 2731B.1 IN SET

‘Watercolour is not the traditional medium one associates with architectural plans, particularly those that are realised in built form. I believe this is what caught my eye while searching for a drawing by Walter Pichler and instead discovered a portfolio of drawings by Paul Robbrecht.’ Rosemary Willink on Paul Robbrecht (*1950), Aue Paviljoenen: project B, c. 1992.

Mies van der Rohe

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Hofhauser thumbnail

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886–1969), Hofhauser, 1935. Pen and India ink on wove paper, laid on board, 298 x 215 mm. ‘What is compelling about the sketches of Mies van der Rohe is their reliance on a pictorial composition that actively distorts perspectival conventions.’

Sheds – Palaces of Nothing


A film recordind Alexander Brodsky, Robert Mull and Markus Lahteenmaki in conversation with the Drawing Matter Collections, selecting material for the Sheds: Palaces of Nothing exhibition.

Drawing Matter

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