‘Slow Songs’

Quappi Projects always has inspired exhibitions. This one, focusing on drawing, features work of an intimate nature. Often considered a starting place of creativity, “Slow Songs” shows finished works by 15 artists. There’s a kinship between people who draw because it’s something we have all done, be it with crayons, pencil or ink. These artists just do it better than most of us. Gallerist John Brooks, quite the wordsmith, makes sure we do not dismiss the act of drawing. “Quieter than painting, softer than sculpture, more archaic than NFTs, drawings are akin to ballads and slow songs: they can dazzle, but often do so with some delay, revealing both their depth and subtlety over time and with repeated consideration.” 

Through Feb. 26

Quappi Projects
827 E. Market St.