Drawings from 1999 to 2009

In her drawings, Barbara Camilla Tucholski examines the relationships of objects to each other and the space surrounding them by combining unusual coincidences of different points of view on one sheet, sometimes by moving herself simultaneously. As a result, multiperspective representations emerge without one clear point of view. In addition to this, the process also leads to a deeper perception in which the drawings become abstract in a certain way. In such drawings the artist reaches the peak of her powers in her ability to achieve complex draughtsmanship through only minimal lines. In spite of a certain monotony in her chosen material (graphite) her drawings display a great variety of methods and subjective sensibility and are both conceptual and experimental. (Nele Köhler, Berlin 2009)

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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.1999-0527-W-01_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
1999-0527-W-01
Pencil on paper.
32 x 24 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2001-0515-W-01_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2001-0515-W-01
Pencil on paper.
32 x 24 cm.
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uploads/2013/02/04/Inv.2003-0301-R-01_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2003-0301-R-01
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2004-1209-R-02_200_1.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2004-1209-R-02
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2005-0217-R-01_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2005-0217-R-01
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2005-0217-R-02_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2005-0217-R-02
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2005-0219-R-01_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2005-0219-R-01
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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uploads/2012/11/26/Inv.2005-0219-R-02_200.jpg Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
2005-0219-R-02
Pencil on paper.
24 x 32 cm.
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