Bart Lodewijks

White Li(n)es

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    Bart Lodewijks workshop at Wapping School, November 2014. Courtesy Whitechapel Gallery

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    A student takes part in Bart Lodewijks’ summer Project 2014 Photo: Richard Eaton. Courtesy Whitechapel Gallery.

  • Bart Lodewijks

    Bart Lodewijks Summer Project 2014

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    From the series Moscou Drawings (2007-2010) Ghent Chalk, various locations © Bart Lodewijks. Courtesy Whitechapel Gallery

Past Exhibition

Bart Lodewijks: White Li(n)es

9 December 2014 – 8 March 2016

Armed with chalk and a spirit level, Dutch artist Bart Lodewijks (b. 1972) draws abstract white lines on everything from residential buildings in quiet suburbs to street surfaces in bustling city centres.

As part of the abstract art takeover at the Whitechapel Gallery, Lodewijks’ new commission for London draws from workshops with local young people, where he found out about their relationships to the spaces around them. He is interested in how drawing can be a social process built on trust and conversations with individuals or groups.

The exhibition includes a series of chalk drawings made in response to the Gallery and its surroundings, a newspaper designed in collaboration with Roma Publications and a display of material from past projects.

Download a copy of the exhibition publication here and the Youth publication here.

View the youth workshop blogs here and here

Supported by: 


Generously supported by the Mondriaan Fund, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and NADFAS: London Area.

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