Three Folds Three, 2017
Pen and ink on paper
42 x 42 cm (paper size)
- Rachel’s work is in major collections including The British Museum, London
- Solo exhibitions include: MacRobert Art Centre, Stirling and Hunterian Museum, Glasgow
- Group exhibitions include: ‘Pushing Paper: Contemporary Drawing 1970 to now’, British Museum and touring; New acquisitions, British Museum, London; Objectspace, Auckland, New Zealand
- Selected for Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize
‘Three Folds Three’ is a monochrome drawing by Rachel Duckhouse that shares the use of line and geometry with her other work. In this case, this work on paper similarly has the artist’s trademark contrast and lines of the geometric patterning. Therefore she uses a delicate and subtle use of the mark of pencil and line to create the folds within the structure of the piece. Importantly, Rachel’s work references artists associated with geometric abstraction, such as Bridget Riley, and the constructivist Naum Gabo. In conclusion, this monochrome drawing has strong links to these artists, continuing their heritage.
Other drawings from this series are in the collection of The British Museum, London.
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