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Thomas Scheibitz in Conversation

July 30, 2010 by Kay

Thomas Scheibitz in conversation with writer Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith at The Drawing Room on Friday 17th September, 7pm.

Event is free but booking is essential. If you wish to attend please contact The Drawing Room.

Sprüth Magers, London, will present a solo exhibition by Thomas Scheibitz to coincide with The Drawing Room show.  Titled A moving plan B - chapter TWO, the exhibition will include a frieze of works on paper plus photographs and small drawings that link conceptually to his curated exhibition.

A catalogue, designed by Thomas Scheibitz, will be published by The Drawing Room. It will include an introduction and sketches by Scheibitz and essays by the Berlin-based philosopher Marcus Steinweg and the Berlin-based curator and writer Anna-Catherina Gebbers.

This event celebrates the start of the next exhibition at The Drawing Room, A moving plan B - Chapter ONE, Selected by Thomas Scheibitz from 16th September - 31st October 2010. This exhibition will simultaneously expose rare and unseen works by a wide range of international creators and provide insight into the working processes of Thomas Scheibitz, one of Germany’s most important contemporary artists.

For more information on the upcoming exhibition and talk click here.