The exhibition is opened from June 05, 2021 until January 09, 2022.
Anita Brendgens and 48 other Artists
Monday to Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5.30 pm
Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
7311 CL Apeldoorn
Every other year CODA Paper Art presents paper art ranging from small works of art, objects and jewelry to life-size installations. While some artists highlight a social or topical theme, others tell a (material) technical story with their work or highlight the craftsmanship of paper art.
Phone: +55 5268 400
CODA Paper Art 2021
'Tour de Papier' with the route map
The exhibition is opened from May 19, 2021 until October 08, 2021.
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Nature House of the Four Brothers
(Maison départementale de la Nature des 4Frères)
2466 Chemin de Signes à Ollioules
83330 Le Beausset
Aïdée Bernard is invited by the House of Nature of VAR (France) to exhibit and create during a month an artwork inspired by the surrounding nature and the ecological activities of this Nature school wich is the House of Nature.
The exhibition invites recipients to discover paper made of local plants (iris, hackberry, oak, wild oats, beech, chestnut, filaria, poplar, olive tree ...) through poetic creations. A personal reading of a sensitive world where the lightness and the light reveal the intimacy of the writings delicately linked to the graphic trace of the vegetable fibers.
The exhibition is opened from February 19, 2021 until September 10, 2021.
November - April
Tuesday to Friday 9 am - 3 pm
Saturday to Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
May - August
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 6 pm
Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
September - October
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
Museum of Papermaking
The Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój (Bad Reinerz), located in an old paper mill from before 1562, after the reconstruction in 2017, adapted the spaces of the former drying rooms to exhibition halls. In one of them, there is a permanent, multimedia exhibition: "Polish paper money"; the second room is dedicated to the Paper Art Gallery, where temporary exhibitions are held. This room is equipped with permanent multimedia elements, where you can learn about the genesis of paper art, the museum collection, as well as the work of many artists from Poland and around the world dealing with paper. Currently, the works of Maciej Jabłoński - "In the papers of 20 years" are displayed in the Gallery.
The exhibition is opened from June 06, 2021 until August 29, 2021.
Lindy Annis, Karin Boine, Claudia Borowsky, Kerstin Bruchhäuser, Elke Burkert, Claudia Domeyer, Anna Eckert, Enstina Eitner, Helmut Frerick, Gundel Hädeler, Margareta Hihn, Timo Hoheisel, Petra Huber, Sandra Jakobs, Constantin Jaxy, Beti-na Kaiser, Wolfgang Kowar, Odine Lang, Beate Laurien-Zupnickl, Bara Lehmann-Schulz, Simone Leister, Elke Lückener, Rose Magee, Eva-Maria Mandok, Roland Meinel, Sabine Odensaß, Jennifer Oellerich, Mores Rabenstern, Sabine Reibeholz & Marc von Reth, Viola Richter-Jürgens, Annette Rischer-Spalink, Margarete Schrüfer, Marlies Schulte, Ute Seifert, Traudel Stahl, Helene Tschacher, Joachim Tschacher, Astrid Weichelt, Ruth Weizel, Monika Wellnitz, Katja Windau
Opening on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 1.30 pm
Finnissage on August 29, 2021 at 1.30 pm
Monday 10 am -1 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 1 pm, 2 - 5 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 1 pm, 2 - 5 pm
Thursday 10 am - 1 pm, 2 - 5 pm
Friday - closed
Saturday - Sunday 10 am - 3 pm
In 2021, the city of Cuxhaven, through its mayor, will for the first time organize an exhibition with paper as an artistic medium, including a public award.
The title 'Paper for the Future' led artists from all over Germany to create artworks of paper. The focus of the exhibition is to show paper art, which will lead those interested to rediscover the value of paper.
Comprehension of nature and its protection also include the use of paper. Up-cycling, recycling and becoming are seen here and are intended to set an example for the future.
CuxPaperArt 21 is an IAPMA supported exhibition.
The exhibition is opened from June 03, 2021 until August 29, 2021.
Ina Fekken and Gjalt Blaauw
Thursday to Sunday 1 - 5 pm
Opening hours may be different due to corona measures.
Updates about opening hours - see website
Phone +31 527 653 077
8308 AL Nagele
Fragile meets Monumental
Gjalt Blaauw and Ina Fekken are exhibiting in the Nagele museum.
Gjalt creates striking sculptures in clear forms with a poetic playfulness. The sculptures are formed in his head, the process of thinking, brooding is converted into sketches, ultimately in sculptures. Tension and balance are conditions. He works with steel, stone, paint, wood, everything that creates contradictions within a work. Much of his monumental work can be found in and around the city of Groningen.
Ina works with paper, installations currently form the core of her oeuvre, her other works arises from it. The inescapable influence that man has on nature / environment is its central motif. In her work, the subject contrasts with the sweetness of the technique and the fragile material. She has a strong relationship with the historic Groningen churches and has made temporary paper installations in various churches.
The exhibition features sculptures and rarely shown drawings on paper by Gjalt Blaauw, together with works in paper by Ina Fekken.
The exhibition is opened from May 15, 2021 until July 31, 2021.
Opened daily, 24 hours
YouTube channel of Amateras Foundation
Facebook of Sofia Paper Art Fest, Amateras Foundation
'Laconically' is a digital project - a stop motion movie in 3 parts, created with paper objects. This project which was created by artists inspired by the situation and isolation amidst the pandemic.
The three themes are 'Human and Family', 'Human and Society' and 'H'uman and God'. The project is has a sense of humor about serious things in the life.
Created and promoted in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The exhibition is opened from May 30, 2021 until July 31, 2021.
Anita Brendgens and other Artists
Daily 10 am - 10 pm
Zur Klausur 4
Corona-regulated art exhibition in times of shuttered cultural institutions.
The exhibition is opened from May 15, 2021 until July 15, 2021.
Aliza Thomas, Altina Felicio, Amanda Lynch, Angela Barbour, Ankon Mitra, Ann Mansolino, Annabel Keatley, Anne Rudanovski , Anne Vilsboell, Carolina Oltra, Ceres Lau, Cherilyn Martin, Cildo Oliveira, Denise Martin, Devi Dragone, Dominique Rousseau, Eliana Anghinah, Elisabeth Westlund, Erica Mena, Eszter Bornemisza, Eva Kipp, Evangelia Biza, Gabriela Égüez, Gail Stiffe , Genevieve Lapp, Gina Page, Grethe Wittrock , Haji Said, Heather Matthew, Heike Berl, Hilda Piedrahita, Ilze Dilane, Inci Kansu , Ismet Tatar, Josephine Tabbert , José Luis Mosie , Juan Pérez Padrón (Jepp), Karna Mustaqim , Keiko Horiguchi, Kirsti Grotmol , Kristveig Halldórsdóttir, Laura Behar , Laura Romero, Liisa Malkamo, Lilia Puentes, Lourdes Sakotani, Luciane Kunde Borges, Luciano Pandiani, Lygia Eluf, Mandana Mehrnia, Margara De Haene, Maria Elena Vial, Marisa Garcia de Souza, Maura Takemiya, Miriam Londoño, Mónica Goldstein, Naomi Krajewski, Natalia Rondón, Niina Keltamäki, Okasha, Olga Serral, Pascal Minart , Petra Grupp, Rania Ashraf, Regina Carmona, Renata Giannelli, Roger Bellido, Siegrid Mueller-Holtz, Silvia Turbiner, Therese Weber, Viviane Colautti Ivanova, Zuzanna Dolega.
Monday to Friday 12 am - 4 pm
Online Exhibition opened daily at www.artistbooklibrary.art
International exhibition featuring the exchange of Artist Books, supported by IAPMA. 72 Artists (44 IAPMA Members) from 36 Countries. An exhibition curated by Angela Barbour, Curator and IAPMA Exhibitions Coordinator.
The project was enrolled during the Covid-19 Pandemic between the years 2020 and 2021. The aim was to create an opportunity for artists around the world to exchange experiences through the exchange of artist books. Artists from any country were asked to participate, in particular IAPMA members who correspond to 44 artists in the exhibition, some new members joined IAPMA during the project.
Each artist partnered with another artist from a different continent. These artist pairs started a joint work, where each artist produced an artist book which would have been completed by the partner on the other side of the world and then sent it to Brazil to Angela Barbour to organize this exhibition.
The precious collection of artist books is now part of the International Artist Book Library, which is well known worldwide at the Oswald de Andrade Gallery in Sao Paulo Brazil.
Further information and online exhibition:
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Executive Production: ElloraAtelie
Project and Collection: ArtistBookLibrary
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The exhibition is opened from May 27, 2021 until July 13, 2021.
Helene Tschacher and other Artists
May 27, 2021 - Floor Talk and Lunch
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday 9 am - 4 pm
Redland Art Gallery
Capalaba Q 4157
Launched in 1993 in Gdynia, Poland, the Baltic Mini Textile Gdynia exhibition is one of Europe’s leading reviews of textile miniatures. The juried event is held every third year. It features artists from around the globe. The small scale (20 x 20 x 20cm) allows artists to experiment with complex, intricate techniques and use delicate and ephemeral materials. The selection of textiles on display demonstrates a diversity of techniques and fascinating artistic solutions.
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The exhibition is opened from June 12, 2021 until July 04, 2021.
Waltraud Zinsser, Francisca Hausch, Helene Hess, Dagny Glover, J. Herrnkind, Jens Schader
Saturday and Sunday, 11 am - 18 pm
Paper has many faces and is versatile, inspiring, natural and offers many possibilities for use. It is impossible to imagine artists' studios without it, and it has its traditional place in collages and assemblages, as well as being the basis for paintings, prints and sketches. But paper is so much more than just a base, without paper our world would be a whole lot poorer.
Please note: Due to Covid-19, current hygiene measures and distance regulations apply.
The exhibition is opened from May 19, 2021 until June 30, 2021.
Silvia Beltrami and other Artists
Daily 1.45 pm - 6.15 pm
Closed on Tuesday
Espace Monet Rollinat
02, allée Fernand MAILLAUD,
Collage, an old technique, has become an art over time when it was only a medium, an intermediary between photos, paintings and other materials.
At the time of cubism, of the Dada Movement, and especially with Futurism in Italy, it is experiencing significant development responding to new aspirations to produce more and faster ... "because art is the reflection of society" specifies Stéphane Guibert, curator of the exhibition, artist's agent, and member of the expert panel of the EMR.
Prévert was one of the greatest French collagists. Collage has always accompanied modernity. “Today's students dedicate themselves from school to this art which has gained its independence and established itself throughout the world.
It finds new support with digital technology capable of providing it with a variety of elements. It can drive modernity with digital creations”.
For the second year, the Espace Monet Rolinat will host the International Collage Days.
Twenty artists from all over the world (Japan, Cuba, Greece, Russia, Europe, etc.) will exhibit their creations directed by Stéphane Guibert, exhibition curator.
Conferences, workshops, artist residencies will take place during this event.
Phone: +33 5 55 89 27 73
The exhibition is opened from June 10, 2021 until June 30, 2021.
Leticia Burgos, Eliana Anghinah, Angela Barbour, Verena Friedrich, Wilhelm Schramm, Atanas Mihalchev, Valentin Bakardjiev, Jeannine De Raeymaecker, Michel Gautier, Karen Trask, Helene Tschacher, Irene Rammensee, Eszter Bornemisza, Sefi Gal, Sumie Matsuura, Aliza Thomas, Kirsti Grotmol, Metka Pepelnak, Sucran Tumer, Anne Marble
Opening on June 06, 2021 at 6 pm
Opened daily 10 am - 6 pm
National Palace of Culture
Amateras Exhibition presents this year 60 artists from 23 countries.
There are 19 artists participating who are IAPMA members who represent the countries Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Japan, Israel, Hungary, Netherland, Norway, Slovenia, Turkey, USA.
The exhibition is opened from June 03, 2021 until June 20, 2021.
Christian Gut and Tone Gut-Corneliussen
Thursday and Friday 2 - 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday 2 - 6 pm
Kunst in der carbox
Exhibited are paper collages by Christian Gut and clay sculptures by Tone Gut-Corneliussen.
The exhibition is opened from May 21, 2021 until June 20, 2021.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 2 - 7 pm
Musée de Moret sur Loing
Place de Samois
77250 - Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne