The exhibition is opened from June 02, 2020 until March 31, 2021.
Bianca Severijns and other Artists
Tuesday and Thursday 10 am - 8 pm
Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
MUSA Eretz Israel Museum
In 2020, MUSA, the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv will exhibit the first Tel Aviv Crafts and Design Biennale, which will draw a picture of the current scene in the various fields of crafts and design, with special emphasis on ceramics, glass, jewelry-making, textile and paper.
The biennale is the natural result of the museum's longtime interest in local material culture. It will collaborate with the Ceramic Artists Association of Israel and seek the support of the art and design academies and the leading institutions in the field. The chief curators of the biennale are Henrietta Eliezer Brunner and Yuval Saar, together with deputy curators Merav Rahat, Nir Hermet, and Leora Rozin.
The exhibition is opened from June 28, 2020 until November 15, 2020.
Anna van Bohemen, Miriam Londoño and other Artists
Thursday - Sunday
11 am - 5 pm
Closed on Mondays
2282 BR Rijswijk
The Paper Biennial 2020 shows the many interpretations and meanings of the term 'HOME' that artist give to it in their work. They are personal views that deal with domestic circumstances that can be easily felt by everyone.
The exhibition is opened from June 15, 2020 until October 04, 2020.
Michel Gautier, Canan Topaloglu, Anna van Bohemen and other Artists
10 am - 12 pm and
2 pm to 5 pm (except Sunday)
Musée de Charmey
Les Charrières 1
Due to the progression of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Musée de Charmey decides to postpone the 10th International Paper Triennial. Originally scheduled from 26 April to 4 October 2020, it is postponed to a later date and will not start until the second half of June, depending on the evolution of the pandemic.
2020 marks the 10th edition of the International Paper Triennial at the Musée de Charmey, founded in 1993 in collaboration with the artist Viviane Fontaine.
This exhibition-competition is open to all artists who have chosen paper as a material in its own right. Abandoning the role of support to assert itself as substance and transformation, paper art is resolutely part of contemporary artistic creation.
For the 10th edition, the Museum will present 74 works by 72 artists from 17 countries.
For the duration of the exhibition the public will be invited to vote on their favourite exhibit. A ballot box will be provided in the museum for this purpose. The audience prize will be announced and presented to the winner at the exhibition’s closing ceremony on Sunday 4 October 2020.
Phone: +41 26 927 55 87
The exhibition is opened from June 20, 2020 until September 20, 2020.
Silvia Beltrami and other Artists
Tuesday to Saturday 2.30 - 6 pm
Closed from August 03 - 31, 2020
Via Magenta, 25
Busto Garolfo (MI) 20020
On the closing day of Sunday September 20, 2020 it will be possible to visit the rooms of the Mellone Museum free of charge, by reservation, at the adjacent Villa Rescalli Villoresi, from which comes the direct link between the work of Maestro Mellone and the topic analyzed by the Robotic artists Men.
The visit will take place from 16:00 to 17:00, at 17:30 at Villa Brentano the presentation of the Catalog and the closing of the Exhibition will be held.
With the invitation to this collective Independent Artists intends to propose a reasoning on the issues that concern robotics. Faced with the growing automation of processes, a great challenge for humanity opens up: how is it possible to create a world in which automation reflects and sustains our values?
With mask and gloves or with hand sanitizer; body temperature below 37.5 ° only.
Access for a maximum of 3 people at a time; minors must be accompanied by an adult. Social distancing, one meter.
The exhibition is opened from July 07, 2020 until September 07, 2020.
Tuesday - Thursday 11 am - 17 pm
Oskar - Galerie
Works from, on and with hand-made paper
The exhibition is opened from July 04, 2020 until August 28, 2020.
Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm
The starting point of Heike Berl's most recent work is the rose in the context of both contemporary and contemporary history: the Munich resistance group "White Rose" around the Scholl brothers and sisters or the annual "White Rose" campaign held in Dresden since 2005 on February 13th. Heike Berl sees her artistic engagement with the rose motif as a pictorial contribution to human values.
In spring 2020 the current works of the series WEISSE ROSE - Nature and Symbol was shown in a large solo exhibition at the Saxon State Medical Association in Dresden. Next station of the exhibition is Galerie Laterne, Chemnitz, supported by the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony.
The exhibition is opened from July 01, 2020 until August 06, 2020.
Laura Behar and others Artisis
Monday, Wednesday 12 am - 7 pm
Tuesday, Thursday 10 am - 4 pm
Negev Museum of Art
HaAtsmaut St 60
It's almost three months since we were locked at home because of the pandemic. The exhibition presents preliminary impressions of how the pandemic affected artists from Beer Sheva and nearby regions. Artists were invited to submit their artworks made during the quarantine.
The Museum staff selected works by over fifty artists who live and work in the southern part of Israel. Several themes emerged from the works submitted.
Laura Behar created 9 handmade transparent circles from Mitnan and Kozo fibre. The artist hung these circles infront of a window to take pictures from it. Nature became visible through the material, that's why she called her artwork 'Life's Circles'.
The exhibition is opened from July 07, 2020 until August 01, 2020.
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Craven Arts Council & Gallery
317 Middle Street
PO Box 596
New Bern, NC 28563
'Creative Workforce' - An Exhibition Highlighting the Work of Art Educators in the North Carolina Community College System.
Expanding upon a 2018 exhibition that featured faculty from eight community colleges in eastern North Carolina, Creative Workforce focuses on community college educators, their roles in teaching the next generation of artists, and their own personal contributions to the field. It will also highlight the remarkable success and talent these instructors are able to achieve with limited resources, and importance of expanding those resources.
Phone +1 252 6382577
The exhibition is opened from June 25, 2020 until July 20, 2020.
Aditi Patwari & other Artists
Daily, 24 hours
Art Under Lockdown is the first solely online exhibition for Counterweave Arts. Conceived during the first days of lockdown in Italy for the Corona-19 pandemic, the exhibition was a way of trying to find some way through this suddenly upended world where human contact is dangerous and forbidden.
How can you work as an artist when you are forcibly isolated? When your plans for showing and discussing your work with others are now impossible. Exhibitions, art fairs, open studios, workshops were all cancelled with no certainty about when we could come together again.
The only way we could connect as artists, as curators, as collectors was online. So, with that in mind, Counterweave decided to make the most of this new world.
The only stipulation for this exhibition is that the work be completed during lockdown. Artists were asked to make a statement on how the coronavirus and lockdown had affected their work.
Art Under Lockdown is more fluid than a traditional hung in a gallery show. There is the opportunity to have a continuing conversation about art and how it can function in a world where you can’t rely on being able to visit a bricks and mortar gallery and see art in the flesh.
How can we as artists and curators act in such a different world where plans made months or years into the future can suddenly come undone. We can’t rely on things going ‘back to normal’. We have to create a new normal that is flexible but doesn’t rule out coming face to face with art. To reduce art to a screen- based experience would be tragic.
The internet gives us access to all the art we could possibly want to see. Join artists from all around the world as we try to make sense of where we are now.
The exhibition is opened from June 19, 2020 until July 19, 2020.
Vernissage: July 18, 2020 at 6 pm
COBRA museum- Art of the CoBrA movement
1181 ZX, Amstelveen
Due to corona measures, there is no public opening.
However, the opening by Lillian Boza, Director of the Cobra Museum in presence of the artist, can be followed by a live stream on the website of the Cobra Museum.
The next day recipients are welcome to visit the exhibition.
The exhibition is opened from July 01, 2020 until July 12, 2020.
Daily 2.30 - 6.30 pm
2, rue de l’ Yonne
Sandrine Beaudun makes paper by hand from vegetable fibres and is inspired by the traditional Japanese technique. She draws with fibres.
The exhibition “Taking Root” traces the work of her last months around the theme of the 'Tree'.
The exhibition is opened from June 20, 2020 until July 12, 2020.
Helene Tschacher and other Artists
Monday - Friday 9 -12 am and 1.30 - 4.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Haus der Begegnung
85276 Pfaffenhofen a. d. Ilm