More drawing at the London Art Fair

Drawing was what appealed to me this time around so here are some more examples I picked out (in no particular order of viewing).

Rebecca Westguard’s sensitively observed line work seen at Compass Gallery.Photo by Caroline Banks Daniel Hosego‘s original ink drawing (much smaller than I expected) on show with his prints at James Freeman GalleryPhoto by Caroline BanksOne of a couple of large sculptural drawings by Silvia Lerin shown by Joanna Bryant & Julian Page. It felt like metal, much more solid than marks made on paper.Photo by Caroline Banks Photo by Caroline Banks Hao Chen Liu fantastical scenes on paper (echoes of Hieronymus Bosch) seen at Yiri Arts Taipei Photo by Caroline BanksOne from a whole wall of drawings by Paul Feiler shown by the Redfern GalleryPhoto by Caroline Banks

And lastly these, not drawings but photographs by Sachiyo Nishimura, deceptive in the way they are presented (like fine Rotring ink drawings) by Anise Gallery. If you’re interested in art related to architecture then this is the place for you. Sachiyo Nishimura. Photo by Caroline Banks

Sachiyo Nishimura. Photo by Caroline Banks