The exhibition is opened from January 07, 2023 until February 12, 2023.
Thursday to Monday 11 am - 5 pm
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 8, 3-5 PM
Gallery Route One
11101 Highway One, Ste. 1101
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Truth is a rich and provocative subject in today’s world which one might say is more attuned to “truthiness,” the quality of seeming to be true out of a desire for something to be true, as coined by Stephen Colbert.
The concept of truth has long been associated with books, and there was a time when the printed word was taken for truth. In a gentler century, Emily Dickinson wrote, “Tell all the truth but tell it slant,” not wishing to shock with the totality of a revelation all at once. Our digital world lacks this subtlety and our culture fiercely defends the principle that we’re each entitled to our own truth.
Twenty-seven artists were invited to show works that are expressions about truth in the form of handmade, handbound artist books both unique and in small editions, altered books, folded or sculptural books and very limited edition broadsides.
The exhibition is opened from January 05, 2023 until February 18, 2023.
Thursday and Friday 4 pm - 7 pm
Saturday 10 am - 2:00 pm
Closed Sunday to Wednesday
Paper art, leporellos, popups, books.
The exhibition is opened from January 03, 2023 until February 24, 2023.
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
400 Saskatchewan Avenue West
The exhibition is a continuation of Miller's exploration of the square. Paper is both a substrate and a medium used to create works at the intersection of textile and origami processes.
The exhibition is opened from January 03, 2023 until February 25, 2023.
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Art Gallery of Outlook
400 Saskatchewan Avenue
The title Déjà Vu ( All Over Again) references the overall theme of memory in the works and the fact that some of the pieces have been exhibited previously. The memories are personal, cultural, digital, or some combination. Miller's exploration of unusual ways of sharing memories is influenced by a life-long fascination with alternative forms of communication such as infographics and cryptography. A personal iconography substitutes colours and symbols, materials and processes for words and pictures.
The works in the exhibition were made using modified forms of traditional paper manipulation such as origami in combination with re-interpretations of traditional textile processes.
The exhibition is opened from June 20, 2022 until February 27, 2023.
Helene Tschacher, Aïdée Bernard, Bornemisza Eszter, Mali Klein, Sefi Gal and other Artists
Monday to Sunday 9 am - 9 pm
Haitian Sky Art Center, Qingdao,
No 17 Hong Kong Middle Road,
Shinan district, Qingdao
"Material Thinking" 1st International Contemporary Material Art Biennale received 2066 artworks from 80 countries and districts all over the world. 1196 pieces of artworks were submitted from overseas and 870 pieces of artworks from China. The artworks were selected by the international jury committee anonymously. 150 artworks were finally selected for the Biennale, including 82 artworks from overseas and 68 artworks from China.
Host: Tsinghua University Qingdao Guoxin Group
Academic Support: IMAS, Tsinghua Art, International Material Art Study
Organized by: Contemporary Art Institute, Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University
Qingdao Conson Hai Tian Center Construction Co. LTD
Qingdao Conson Culture Tourism Management Co. LTD
The exhibition is opened from September 05, 2022 until March 05, 2023.
Michelle Wilson and other artists
Monday and Tuesday 9 am – 7 pm
Wednesday 10 am – 7 pm
Thursday 9 am – 7 pm
Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday 2 pm – 5 pm
Women have been involved in the printing and production of books in what became the United States since Elizabeth Glover established a press in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1638. After the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 forced her to flee the United States, Mary Ann Shadd, an African American woman, founded and published The Provincial Freeman, an antislavery newspaper, in 1853 in Ontario, Canada. This exhibition celebrates the important history of women in printing and publishing by featuring ten women artists, illustrators, and printers currently working on the West Coast of the United States. Through individual efforts and collaborations, apprenticing and mentoring, they produce stunning objects that push our understanding of “the book” and the role it can play in questioning the world we live in and celebrating contemporary efforts to achieve a more just, inclusive, and diverse society.
The title of the exhibition, “A Few Words Worn Around the Edges, Pressed Into Something soft,” is a quote from Inge Bruggeman’s, The Quickest Forever (2017), which is displayed in Case 3.
Curated by Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library staff members; Jessica Becker, Public Services Assistant, and Bill Landis, Education Program Director.
The William H. Wright Special Collections Exhibition Area is located on the lower level of the Haas Family Arts Library. (Due to COVID 19 restrictions, exhibitions are currently open only to Yale affiliates authorized to be on campus.)
The exhibition is opened from December 10, 2022 until March 05, 2023.
Heike Berl and other Artists
Tuesday and Thursday 12 am - 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Museum Haus im Schluh
Im Schluh 35-37
Siegried Bresler, under the patronage of DEG and HVG (Heinrich Vogeler Society) and with the support of the Heinrich Vogeler Foundation Haus im Schluh, has organized an ex-libris and small graphics competition on the theme HEINRICH VOGELER 150. 72 artists from 13 countries have submitted 100 prints showing the results of their individual examination of Heinrich Vogeler, their interpretation of his life and work, and their assessment of his significance for cultural, social and political development in Europe.
The exhibition is opened from January 18, 2023 until March 11, 2023.
Ina Fekken and other artists
Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 1 pm - 4:30 pm
Closed Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday
Grote of Pancratiuskerk - Inspiratieplein
7811 XX Emmen
In this exhibition, Ina Fekken responds to current themes of Covid, biodiversity, gas extraction in Groningen, and the war in Ukraine.
Brought together for the first time in a duo exhibition, the work of Ina Fekken and Irma Frijlink comes together. Sensitive, fragile, and with gentle beauty, the work is sometimes expresses an oppressively raw reality.
Paper is a fragile material, it can tear, crumple, discolor and deform. At the same time, it possesses resistance and can be one of the most durable materials, depending on thickness and quality. Ina Fekken works with paper, because the properties enhance the expressiveness of her work. Ina uses this material to make an installation in the Grote Kerk in Emmen.
A skin of "cracks" and a sculpture of "handkerchiefs".
The exhibition is opened from October 11, 2022 until March 12, 2023.
Daniela Todorova, Verena Friedrich, Valentin Bakardjiev
Tuesday to Sunday 11 am - 7 pm
Gallery opening - 10/11/2022 - 6:30 pm
17 Hristo Belchev str
East–West is the last exhibition in the program Sofia Paper Art Festival 2022. After presenting a variety of exhibitions as part of the festival's largest section, the Paper Art Biennial, the focus is now on sculpture and installation. The exhibition shows a selection of artists who are fascinated by three-dimensional possibilities. At the same time, we are launching a long-term exchange project between Bulgaria and Germany, which will continue over the next few years with traveling formats in both countries.
The selected artists will present works in different styles and with diverse messages. The installations and objects overflow with structures and volumes in the range of white and black. Other artists use the illusion of volume or focus on reliefs, while others prefer amorphous forms in soft, earthy tones. Some of the artists occupy the space with luminous works that are a counterpoint to others that rely on lush color.
The exhibition EAST-WEST aims to question certain aspects of sculpture and installation outside of the exhibition space, even though this particular exhibition presents more intimate works set in the gallery. The discussion about the new technologies in sculpture, the lectures on contemporary sculpture in urban and natural environments, the presentations by individual artists, and international sculpture events are among the important topics addressed in the program. The possibilities of three-dimensional works and the new technologies provoke new means of expression and this raises a number of questions and seeks innovative solutions.
17 artists from the two countries were selected:
Bulgaria: Anna Boyadjieva, Daniela Todorova, Todor Todorov, Snejana Simeonova, Valentin Bakardjiev, Adelina Rakovska, Krasimira Drenska, Tsveta Petrova, Mihail Artamontzev;
Germany: Verena Friedrich, Irene Hoppenberg, Ines Seidel, Ilka Raupach, Lore Galitz, Oksana Bergen, Sofia Nordmann, Ute Krautkremer, Helmut Frerick
The exhibition is opened from December 17, 2022 until March 12, 2023.
Tuesday to Saturday 12 pm - 9 pm
Sunday 12 pm -3 pm
115 Eastern Avenue
St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819
Arts Connect is a competitive, juried annual exhibition. 2022 Guest juror for Arts Connect was Devon Zimmerman, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary American Art at the Ongunquit Museum of American Art, Ongunquit, Maine.
Lian Brehm was honored to have had her sculpture selected by the Juror for third prize. "Contained Chaos," Kozo paper, raffia, 12” x 12” x 10.”
The exhibition is opened from February 05, 2023 until March 16, 2023.
Jan Coveney, Jan Crook, Judith Stephens and other Artists
Sunday to Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Opening reception February 4, 20203, 2 pm
Stationmasters Art Gallery
20 South Terrace,
This exhibition is showcasing the Korean art of Hanji craft using both traditional and modern techniques.
Jan has been creating Hanji pieces for over 20 years and has a passion for Hanji and using the paper in many different ways. She will be exhibiting pieces of furniture constructed out of cardboard and embellished with a wide variety of Hanji papers as well as some delicate lamps, all made using Hanji paper, string and cardboard.
This exhibition will also include works by Jan Crook who is exhibiting contemporary Hanji pictures using a mixture of paper and paints. Judith Stephens has hooked beautiful Korean inspired rugs.
Jan Coveney's Hanji students will also be exhibiting some pieces that they have created over the last year.
The exhibition is opened from January 12, 2023 until March 19, 2023.
Monday to Thursday 11 am - 5 pm
Friday 8 am - 12 pm
Opening on January 12, 2023 6 pm
Artist Talk February 16, 2023 6 pm
Galerie im Rathaus Eppingen
Marktplatz 1 - 3
The exhibition is opened from January 12, 2023 until March 20, 2023.
Daily 9 am - 8:30 pm
Wingate St 168
'Fleeting Moments' is a group show.
The exhibition is opened from December 15, 2022 until March 25, 2023.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard and other Artists
Monday to Friday 3 pm -7 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
23, Milin Kamak Street
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard's work 'HOPE,' in this exhibition, is a collage on computer print drawn with permanent red, blue, black permanent pencils and white tipp-ex.
The exhibition is opened from August 10, 2022 until March 26, 2023.
Senol Tatli and other Artists
Friday to Sunday 2 pm - 5 pm
Closed Monday to Thursday
Museum kunst + wissen
United Arab Emirates
The exhibition is opened from February 03, 2023 until March 28, 2023.
Masarratfatima Sulaimani and other Artists
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 9 am - 6 pm
Friday and Saturday 9 am - 11 am
Tuesday to Sunday 9 am - 6 pm
Closed on Mondays
Jazirat Al Hamra
azirah Al Hamra
Ras Al Khaimah
Ras Al Khaimah Fine Arts Festival (RAKFAF), a nonprofit community arts festival designed to showcase the work of local and emerging artists, photographers, and filmmakers and engage the community through a diverse calendar of cultural and creative programming.
As a part of artist in Residence programme. Masarratfatima Sulaimani will exhibit her solo exhibition during the festival. The installation titled 'Footprints' is a celebration of the relationship between nature and humankind. Inspired by these elements, the installation explores the ongoing dialogue between these two entities, as one continues to take over the other—like water washing over footprints—and yet neither stops moving.
The artist's intent behind this piece was to create a reflection on the common characteristics and duality of both elements: both being so strong yet equally fragile. It also highlights how our presence on earth affects nature, and vice versa: we leave our marks on our surroundings as we pass through them, but those marks will eventually wash away or be reclaimed by nature in turn. The installation is made of paper by hand cutting it and for some parts- papers are hand-made from plants found in Ras Al Khaimah. Each piece is uniquely created to create the impression of a trail through a surrealistic representation of nature and man-made spaces.
Material: hand made paper, hand cut Paper and branches
The exhibition is opened from January 12, 2023 until April 02, 2023.
Eliana Anghinah (Brazil), Rania Ashraf (Egypt), Angela Barbour (Brazil), Laura Behar (Israel), Roger Bellido Ancori (Peru), Heike Berl (Germany), Evangelia Biza (Greece), Eszter Bornemisza (Hungary), Regina Carmona (Brazil), Viviane Colautti Ivanova (France), Margara De Haene (Mexico), Ilze Dilane (Latvia), Zuzanna Dolega (Poland), Devi Dragone (USA), Gabriela Égüez (Ecuador), Maria Elena Vial (Chile), Lygia Eluf (Brazil), Altina Felicio (Brazil), Marisa Garcia de Souza (Brazil), Renata Giannelli (Italy), Mónica Goldstein (Argentina), Kirsti Grotmol (Norway), Petra Grupp (Germany), Kristveig Halldórsdóttir (Iceland), Keiko Horiguchi (Japan), Inci Kansu (North Cyprus), Annabel Keatley (Spain), Niina Keltamäki (Finland), Eva Kipp (The Netherlands), Naomi Krajewski (USA), Luciane Kunde Borges (Brazil), Genevieve Lapp (USA), Ceres Lau (Malaysia), Miriam Londoño (Colombia), José Luis Mosie (Peru), Amanda Lynch (United Kingdom), Liisa Malkamo (Finland), Ann Mansolino (Canada), Denise Martin (Australia), Cherilyn Martin (The Netherlands), Heather Matthew (Australia), Mandana Mehrnia (Cyprus), Erica Mena (Finland), Pascal Minart (France), Ankon Mitra (India), Siegrid Mueller-Holtz (Germany), Karna Mustaqim (Indonesia), Okasha (Egypt), Cildo Oliveira (Brazil), Carolina Oltra (Germany), Gina Page (Canada), Luciano Pandiani (Italy), Juan Pérez Padrón (Jepp), (Venezuela), Hilda Piedrahita (Colombia), Lilia Puentes (Paraguay), Laura Romero (México), Natalia Rondón (Venezuela), Dominique Rousseau (France), Anne Rudanovski (Estonia), Haji Said (Morroco), Lourdes Sakotani (Brazil), Olga Serral Clarós (Spain), Gail Stiffe (Australia), Josephine Tabbert (Germany), Maura Takemiya (Brasil), Ismet Tatar (North Cyprus), Aliza Thomas (The Netherlands), Silvia Turbiner (Argentina), Anne Vilsbøll (Denmark), Therese Weber (Switzerland), Elisabeth Westlund (Sweden), Grethe Wittrock (Denmark).
January 12, 2023 at 5.30 pm
Monday - Closed
Tuesday to Friday 11 am - 5 pm
Saturday 1 pm - 5 pm
Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
St. Alban-Tal 37
The paper mill in Basle (Basler Papiermühle) presents a traveling exhibition of 72 artists from 36 countries with leporellos and artist books created in 2020/2021 during the pandemic lockdown. Each work results from an exchange of experiences between two artists from countries around the globe. Each pair of artists entered into a creative dialogue with their artworks by mail. The works, with very different design concepts, techniques, and content, are now on display in Europe for the first time after being shown in São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Quito.
The exhibition was initiated and curated by Ângela Barbour, Ellora Ateliê in São Paulo, Brazil. IAPMA Member Therese Weber coordinated the exhibition in Basel.
Opening reception: Welcome and introduction: Fides Linien, Dresden (IAPMA President); Therese Weber, Arlesheim (Artist, Curator), Britta Graf (Museum Director)
The exhibition was supported by IAPMA e.V.
The exhibition is opened from January 17, 2023 until April 21, 2023.
Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking
Monday to Fridays 9 am - 5pm
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Reception: Friday, March 17, 2023, 6 pm - 8 pm
Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking
500 Tenth Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30332
Curated by Georgia Deal, When PRINT Meets PAPER focuses on artists working at the intersection of print and paper. This show includes the work of Melissa Harshman, Kelly Taylor Mitchell, Marilyn Propp, Gretchen Schermerhorn and Georgia Deal. Each artist approaches the “marriage” of paper and print in unique ways, some coming from the lexicon of print and others from a primary focus and love of hand papermaking. It can be argued that a commonality connects the works, with the origins of printmaking historically addressing social, political and narrative themes.
The exhibition is opened from December 18, 2022 until April 30, 2023.
Sundays 2 pm - 6 pm
Il Deposito fondazione Matasci per l'Arte
Via Riazzino 3
6516 Cugnasco - Gerra
The exhibition is opened from July 25, 2022 until July 29, 2023.
Sun Young Kang
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12 pm - 5 pm
Thursday 12 pm - 7 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
Kendall College of Art and Design
Ferris State University
17 Pearl St. NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Whereabouts: The Influence of Place and Space is an ongoing series of installations considering the most public-facing space – the Lobby, Living Room, and Cases. Artists build an immersive environment or site-specific work that responds to the space’s architecture, ornamentation, furniture, and social nature. These works consider the nuanced understanding of art, design, and craft to push conceptual and material boundaries.
In Between Presence and Absence uses discarded paper to create paper pulp and cast everyday vessels. This process allows me to visualize the invisible — the parallel to the visible world. As I deconstruct the original identity of the vessels by installing them upside-down, I'm highlighting the container's void. As a result, the negative space of the UICA Lobby ceiling is filled with emptiness, articulating a non-describable concept, the inseparability of presence and absence, and the tension between them.