Lines – a brief history takes an original view of drawing and lines from 1925 to the present day. 
Inspired by the eponymous book by the social anthropologist Tim Ingold, the exhibition expands the definition of drawing to consider how lines form part of our daily lives and environment.
It builds on an important body of works from the Department of Drawings at Centre Pompidou, Paris, Musée national d’art moderne. Some 80 artists are represented, from Vasily Kandinsky to Dove Allouche, with works by Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Vera Molnár and Giuseppe Penone.
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