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JACQUI McINTOSH - EXHIBITIONS MANAGER, DRAWING ROOM

Jacqui McIntosh‎ has managed exhibitions at Drawing Room since 2011. She was Project Leader and curator of See Think Different, a 3-year collaborative project between Drawing Room and global media company UBM. Previously she worked in the commercial sector and was a Director of Kevin Kavanagh Gallery Dublin. Independently, she has worked as a curator and writer in Ireland and UK. Her writing has appeared in publications such as The Guardian, Irish Examiner, Contemporary and Art Review and in catalogue essays for galleries and artists. She is a member of AICA.

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 ‘Chauffeur no. 1144’ Andrzej Wroblewski Watercolour, ink, paper, 29.7 x 42 cm, not dated Private collection, courtesy of the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation www.andrzejwroblewski.pl (Exhibited in DE. FI. CIEN. CY at Drawing Room, 2015)

‘Chauffeur no. 1144’
Andrzej Wroblewski
Watercolour, ink, paper, 29.7 x 42 cm, not dated
Private collection,
courtesy of the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation
www.andrzejwroblewski.pl
(Exhibited in DE. FI. CIEN. CY at Drawing Room, 2015)

Lisa: We’re thrilled that you have accepted our invitation to be on the judging panel for the Jackson’s Open Painting Prize 2018. Nowadays, the definition of what Painting is and what drawing is are often argued about and contested. What are your definitions of what painting and drawing are and how do you think the two are linked?

Jacqui: I see painting and drawing as being inextricably linked, but ultimately it is the artists who define what drawing and painting mean to them. Drawing Room’s programme has always been informed by what happens in the artist’s studio.

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