Founded in 1977, The Drawing Center, a museum in Manhattan's SoHo district, explores the medium of drawing as primary, dynamic, and relevant to contemporary culture, the future of art, and creative thought. Its activities, which are both multidisciplinary and broadly historical, include exhibitions; Open Sessions, a curated artist program encouraging community and collaboration; the Drawing Papers publication series; and education and public programs.
The Drawing Center's exhibitions encompass a wide range of artistic traditions and take a uniquely interdisciplinary approach. Dynamic Exhibitions connect drawing to science, architecture, literature, food, political movements, theater, film, music, photography, choreography, textiles, and technology.
Site-specific works replicate parts of the museum’s physical structure
An overview of Winters’s drawings from 1980 to the present including full cycles of drawings
Site-specific wall drawing
Recent cycle of drawings in the "The Towers" series
Edible drawings drawn with edible ink on edible paper with frames made of bread and sugar glass
Installation of drawings and sculpture confronts issues of environmental justice