The exhibition is opened from April 17, 2023 until December 29, 2023.
Fenneke Wolters-Sinke and other Artists
Wednesday to Friday 11 am-5 pm
Saturday 12 pm - 4 pm.
Closed Sunday to Tuesday
3 Barclay Terrace
Fenneke is delighted to be showing a few of her artists' books together with works from other artists in a permanent display at Upright Gallery. You can view our works online on the website at the link below
The exhibition is opened from July 22, 2023 until January 07, 2024.
Magda Sobon, Students and graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz
November - April: Tuesday to Sunday 9 am - 3 pm
May - August: Monday - Saturday 9 am - 6 pm, Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
September, October: Monday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm, Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój
st. Klodzka 42
The building of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, 121 Wojska Polskiego Street, room 129 - the Paper Workshop, which for more than 20 years has been a place of experimentation and exploration of artistic expression in the widely understood medium of paper. Our workshop is based on tradition and knowledge of handmade paper techniques.
The education at the studio is based on an almost journeyman-like introduction of students to higher and higher circles of initiation, and the exercises are constructed in such a way as to imperceptibly enrich the workshop skills of young art students. In my opinion, this is the only way, because education should be based on understanding the potential of the medium, which in our case is paper.
Presented at the Museum of Papermaking, the exhibition is a combination of early program assumptions with an ever-growing curiosity about paper matter and its potential in signaling the problems of the modern world: ecology and raw material processing. The exhibition will feature a selection of works by undergraduate and graduate students and graduates, completed in recent years under the direction of Prof. Ewa Latkowska-Zychska and myself - Dr. Magdalena Soboń, Prof. of the university, curator and head of the Paper Studio.
The exhibition is opened from September 09, 2023 until December 03, 2023.
Helene Tschacher, and other Artists
Tuesday to Sunday 11 am – 6 pm
The Craft Museum of Finland
The exhibition is opened from October 05, 2023 until December 30, 2023.
Monday to Saturday 11 am - 5 pm
Opening reception October 5, 5 pm - 7 pm
Michael Good Gallery
325 Commercial St
Artist books use the structure or function of the traditional book to express artists’ ideas, and can have either traditional book formats or sculptural formats that incorporate images, calligraphy, experimental bindings, and/or mixed media. Structure & Narrative III features artist’s books by 16 Maine book artists from the midcoast region.
The exhibition is opened from October 07, 2023 until January 07, 2024.
Ilze Dilāne and other Artists
Wednesday to Saturday 12 pm - 6 pm
Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Daugavpils Clay Art Centre
18. novembra iela 8
This is a group exhibition, where all invited artists made art on a 20x20cm size canvas or other support material.
The exhibition is opened from October 11, 2023 until January 07, 2024.
Tanja Major and other Artists
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
The 14th Triennale leads this year in the impressive spatial architecture of the late Gothic Heiliggeistkirche to #Landshut.
Presented in an impressive, poetic light and space concept. The demanding, dominant environment of the late Gothic hall church wants to be respected and at the same time the individual artisan objects are given the space to assert themselves individually. In cooperation with the museums of the city of Landshut. In this sublime architectural space, over 100 works by the selected 41 artists*, including the Fungi-Paper from Tanja Major.
The exhibition is opened from October 26, 2023 until December 03, 2023.
Daily 10 am - 5 pm
The Art Gallery of Ballarat
40 Lydiard Streer
Wounding is an unavoidable human experience, with individuals and communities bearing scars and lasting reminders of moments and aftermaths of wounding. Some wounds cannot be healed, only carried; and the path to healing can be arduous. But wounding, although painful, can be transformative. ‘Where the light enters…’ uses damaged and repaired paper materials to create visual narratives of wounding and healing. The exhibition explores the idea that wounds, cracks, and brokenness allow light to penetrate spaces that would otherwise remain hidden, invisible, and unaddressed. Wounds and scars reveal the face of humanity, the value in imperfection and stories contained in brokenness. The myth and journey of the wounded healer acknowledges that damage is not always preventable, but can contain the seeds of healing. While wounds can break us; confronting the challenges of deep wounding can reveal insights that help us heal, create meaning and find new ways of being.
The exhibition is opened from November 01, 2023 until February 27, 2024.
Lian Brehm, Nicholas Cladis, Marilou Glinz (Pilou), Manuela Granziol , Chanyoung Sophie Kim, Mali Klein, Fides Linien, Jacqueline Mallegni, Marie-Laure Miazza, Ankon Mitra, Karen Perry, Dominique Rousseau, Wilhelm Schramm, Daniela Todorova MA, Helene Tschacher, Michael Velliquette, and other Artists
Tuesday-Sunday 9 am - 4.30 pm
Closed on Monday
Opening on November 1, 2023 at 10 - 12 am
Forum on November 1, 2023 at 1 - 4.30 pm
Shanghai Fengxian Museum
No.333 Hupan Road
The theme of this Biennale is "One World · One Family" which upholds the concept of a "community with a shared future for mankind" and conveys the shared aspiration to build a better life for humanity. Against the backdrop of our global village, the destinies of every nation and every individual are closely intertwined. We should stand together through thick and thin, share weal and woe, and work hand in hand to create a platform for exchange and cooperation toward a brighter future.
Supervisors: Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture and Tourism; Organizing Committee of Oriental Beauty Valley Art Festival, Fengxian, Shanghai; Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts
Host: Culture and Tourism Bureau of Fengxian District, Shanghai
Organizers: Fengxian Museum; Paper+ Studio; School of Fashion Design，Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts
Co-Organizers: Intangible Cultural Heritage Preservation and Promotion Center of Fengxian District, Shanghai
Supporters: International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists; Institute of Handmade Paper University of Science and Technology of China; Institute of Chinese Folk Art of South China University of Technology; Magazine of Shanghai Art & Crafts
Video link of Biennale:
The exhibition is opened from November 03, 2023 until December 16, 2023.
Tuesday 11 am – 7 pm
Wednesday to Friday 10 am – 6 pm
Saturday 10 am – 3 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Sigulda City Library
Leona Paegles iela 3
Sigulda, Siguldas pilsēta
Siguldas novads, LV-2150
This project is supported by Vidzeme Planning Region and the State Culture Capital Foundation.
The exhibition is opened from November 03, 2023 until December 17, 2023.
Thursdays and Saturdays 12 pm - 5 pm
Fridays 2 pm - 7 pm
Sundays 11 am - 3 pm
Artist reception November 3,2023 4 pm - 7 pm
East End Arts
133 E. Main St.
Riverhead, NY 11901
What does it mean to be human? There are so many perspectives for judging, but one thing is clear: since the beginning of mortal time, Homo Sapiens have created art as a means of expressing what humanity, for better or for worse, is capable of.
Where Is the Human? is a national open juried exhibition inviting artists to consider the question of our humanity through the lens of our own time, as we evolve culturally, technologically, and spiritually.
The exhibition is opened from November 03, 2023 until March 31, 2024.
Heike Berl, Jules Findley, Gloria Florez, Helen Hiebert, Mali Klein, Woo-Bock Lee Cha, Elizabeth Mackie, Maria Matyja-Rozpara, Marie-Claire Meier, Florence Pinson-Ynden, Elly Prestegard, Pilar Sala Vallejo, Aliza Thomas, and other Artists
1) Taipei Exhibition period
Exhibition dates: November 2 to November 14, 2023
Opening Reception Day: November 3, 2023 (Friday)
Open Monday to Sunday 9 am to 6 pm
2) Nantou Exhibition Period
Exhibition dates: December 8, 2023 to March 31, 2024
Open Tuesday to Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
1) Taipei exhibition location:
National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
Location: Exhibition Hall 1
2) Nantou Exhibition Location:
National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Center (NTCRI)
Craft Design Hall
573, Zhongzheng Rd
Caotun Township 54246
For more than a decade, the IBPFA has been evolving into an important new forum for contemporary paper art. Founded and organized by Jan Fairbairn-Edwards with the Association Chaîne de Papier (originally in France) the Biennial is the result of a unique partnership with the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute (NTCRI).
Building on the success of subsequent exhibitions, the NTCRI carries the event into the next phase with Fairbairn-Edwards' blessings: “The biennial was inspired by the strong traditions from different cultures all over the world and our goal has always been to bring together the traditional and modern by pushing the medium to the forefront of modern art practice.”
Chief Curator/Amy Richard (USA)
Co-Curator/Jan Fairbairn-Edwards (UK)
Co-Curator / Jen-Kuan Yau (Taiwan)
Co-Curator / Wei-Lin Yang (Taiwan)
The exhibition is opened from November 11, 2023 until December 10, 2023.
Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
On the one hand, Heike Berl’s solo exhibition presents the lithography series on nature themes from Tidaholm and the surrounding area, showing the artist’s deep connection with the landscape. Furthermore, the focus of the exhibition is on large-scale works made of handmade paper, which deal with the beauty but also the destruction of nature. Recent drawings, artist books and editions show the diversity with which the artist approaches contemporary issues.
photo © materialmatters / Victoria Gentsch
The exhibition is opened from November 22, 2023 until January 15, 2024.
Monday to Friday 9 am - 4 pm
Opening reception Wednesday, November 22, 2023, 7 pm
Karl Valentin already knew that. Just as much work as founding a company. That's why it's a matter close to the heart of the start-up center to support both artists and young entrepreneurs. Twice a year for four months at a time, young creative people can use the building at Europaring 4 as an exhibition space to present their paintings, graphics or photography.
On display this time: a solo exhibition of handmade paper made from mushrooms, which Tanja Major calls "Mykobütten", as well as fibers dyed with mushrooms and mushroom cyanotypes
The exhibition is opened from December 02, 2023 until April 02, 2024.
Jane Ingram Allen, and other Artists
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
Live Forever Foundation Vital Space Gallery
No. 789, Section 2, Gongyi Road, Nantun District
Taichung City, 408
+886 4 2382 1191
This large-scale installation created with handmade paper, thread and printmaking consists of 36 panels, each about 1-2 feet wide and 9-16 feet long that will be suspended from the ceiling in the gallery space at Live Forever Foundation. This work is about water and climate change and focuses on the global problems related to water and the environment. The exhibition of our work is part of the group show titled “Water Says” curated by Taiwanese curator Iris (Ping-chi) Hung. The public reception for the artists is on Saturday, December 2, 3-5 pm. Jane and Jami will also be teaching a workshop on Sunday December 3, 10 am to 4 pm at Live Forever Foundation in Taichung. This workshop will involve participants in creating handmade paper and using printmaking and other techniques focused on water and climate change and our global environmental problems relating to water.
+886 4 2382 1191
The exhibition is opened from December 07, 2023 until January 07, 2024.
Thursdays to Sundays from 2 pm to 5 pm
Closed on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
Opening reception December 7th at 2 pm
Galerie in der Stadtscheune
December exhibition in the gallery of the Otterndorf town barn.
The opening of the exhibition takes place
on Thursday, December 7th at 2 p.m
in the Stadtscheue Otterndorf, Sackstrasse 4,
Claus Johannßen, mayor of the city of Otterndorf, will welcome the guests. The artist Marie Schirrmacher-Meitz gives an introduction to the exhibition. Rolf Griebel creates the musical framework with his saxophone.
The exhibition is opened from December 07, 2023 until January 12, 2024.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard, and others
Monday to Friday from 2 pm - 7 pm
Espace Blitz Art Co
6, rue Michel Chauvet
The exhibition is opened from December 14, 2023 until March 25, 2024.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard, with others
Monday to Friday 3 pm -7 pm
Lessedra Gallery and Contemporary Arts Projects
25, Milin Kamak Street, Lozenetz
The exhibition is opened from December 23, 2023 until January 18, 2024.
Josefien Alkema, Josefien Alkema and other Artists
Wednesday to Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Opening reception, December 23, 2023
9711 JP GRONINGEN
Five years ago, Gallery Noord got a new logo. Since then, they have been working steadily on their identity and trying to bring a breath of fresh air to their exhibition space.
From December 23, 2023 through January 18, 2024, Gallery North will be a Festival of Recognition (or not). They invite 30 exhibitors who have participated in 1 or more exhibitions in the past 5 years. Visitors can still see the work of exhibitions they missed, reminisce about exhibitions they visited, or just be surprised by new work by a previous exhibitor. They also display all the flyers that Peter Boersma made since he became their designer in 2018. The walking list shows with each work when the artist exhibited.