Pristine, delicate, silky soft, are the fingers of the women´s hands when they caress the skin of paper, ready to be drawn. Hands that draw their expressions, to follow their path of senses and to let them ... be manifested on the texture of feelings, moments, dimensions, spaces, or just characters, hidden to be shown, called to be given, created to live, now breathing in this special drawing exhibition.
This is "Women's Lines", the given name of the first Pantocrator's Gallery show in Shanghai, presenting eight women with art works from different hemispheres of the world in a conjunction of talents, spread on a cosmos of drawings that let us feel the unpredictable, very unique sensations inside these eight women's hearts and lives from China, Colombia, Bolivia, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, USA and UK.
The recognition of these eight talented emerging artists, that Pantocrator Gallery just bring to Shanghai, give us an interesting variety of drawing techniques form the very tenderness and also the deep strength of these women that invites us to discover them, in a universe of lines, dots, ink spots, scratches and smudges in this sensational "Women's Lines" show.Lore Vanelslande (Belgium - China)

Nunca se escribirá suficiente sobre ellas, para reconocer la gran huella que dejan a su paso, tal vez por ello la Pantocrator Gallery haya decidido dedicar su estreno en Shangay a ellas: a las mujeres. Women’s Lines reúne las obras de ocho talentos emergentes de todo el mundo.

Sus manos suaves y delicadas acarician el papel para dibujar sus expresiones, seguir a sus sentidos y manifestar la textura de su interior a través del arte. Sentimientos, momentos, dimensiones, espacios y personajes ocultos toman forma en esta nueva exposición. Las protagonistas son ocho mujeres, de ocho países distintos: Lore Vanelslande (Bélgica – China), Sonia Carballo ‘Socatoba’ (España), Carmen Garcia Huerta (España), Stephanie Costello (Nueva York), Patsy McArthur (Escocia), Freya Douglas-Morris (Reino Unido), Marta Blasco (España), Alejandra Alarcón (Bolivia) y Ji Hong-Yan (China). El resultado de esta unión es un universo de líneas, puntos, manchas de tinta, arañazos y una interesante variedad de técnicas de dibujo