Patricia Piccinini Alice (drawing), 2006, graphite on paper, 57 x 77 cm

Patricia Piccinini Alice (drawing), 2006, graphite on paper, 57 x 77 cm

For much of the last ten years, I have primarily used drawing as a way to develop ideas and then to communicate those ideas during the production process. I don’t show these drawings. I don’t personally regard them as art works. They are part of the process; partial, necessary rather than important, more or less resolved—literally unfinished. These drawings are different.

—Patricia Piccinini

Exhibition Dates: 5 October – 28 October 2006
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Patricia Piccinini Alice (drawing), 2006; graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
Alice (drawing), 2006
graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm
Patricia Piccinini Bearded Child, 2006; Graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
Bearded Child, 2006
Graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm
Patricia Piccinini Hector (on carpet), 2006; graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
Hector (on carpet), 2006
graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm
Patricia Piccinini James (sitting), 2006; graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
James (sitting), 2006
graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm
Patricia Piccinini Laura (with sandwich), 2006; graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
Laura (with sandwich), 2006
graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm
Patricia Piccinini Owl Boy, 2006; graphite on paper; 57 x 77 cm; enquire
Owl Boy, 2006
graphite on paper
57 x 77 cm