The exhibition is opened from October 03, 2021 until March 06, 2022.
Ina Fekken, Anne Vilsboll, Helene Tschacher, Elly Prestegård, S. Huellmann, Wilhelm Schramm, Silvia Beltrami, Young Soon Cha, Michaela Schwarzmann, Tatjana Roz, Eszter Bornemisza, May-Lucy Süess, Theresia Hillebrand, Ida Guldhammer, Viviane Colautti Ivanova and other Artists
Opening Reception October 02, 2021 at 8 pm
October 02, 2021 from 8 to 10 pm
October 03, 2021 from 10 am to 5 pm
Free entrance, workshops ...
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday and Holidays 10 am - 5 pm
or by appointment
Closed on December 24 / 25 / 31, 2021 and January 01, 2022
Stadtgalerie im Stadtmuseum,
Östlicher Stadtgraben 28,
For the fifth time, the museums of the city of Deggendorf will be the center of international Paper Art. 69 artists from 20 different countries, mostly from Germany and other European countries participate. Artworks from artists from South Korea, Australia, Mexico or Colombia are also represented.
The exhibition shows the most diverse forms of contemporary Paper Art, which express paper as a medium of an independent art language. The participants process the most diverse types of paper, from pulp to handmade papers, paper pulp, industrial paper to recycled papers from everyday use. The selected works show a wide variety of techniques from folding to paper cutting to mixed media. The themes that the paper artists deal with are also diverse. In addition to free works, the focus is on people or current events.
A richly illustrated catalog in German and English will be available.
Phone + 49 (0) 991/ 2960 555
Fax: + 49 (0) 991/ 2960 559
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 September 30, 2021 until January 09, 2022.
Helene Tschacher and other Artists
Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 - 5 pm
Poikilo Museums, Kouvola Art Museum
The Asia-Europe 5 -exhibition presents works from 36 artists from Asia and Europe. The works have been made with various techniques out of textiles and paper materials using a contemporary approach. The exhibition highlights different cultural and original ways in which fibrous materials and textile traditions can be used and utilized. The exhibition features several sculptural pieces made of everyday materials that have been manipulated and used in surprising ways. This experimental approach invites not only visual expression but also evokes questions about the value of materials and their endless possibilities and significance.
Phone +358 20 615 5297 and +358 20 615 8486
The exhibition is opened from June 30, 2021 until December 15, 2021.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard and other Artists
See websites of exhibition venues.
June 30 - September 30, 2021:
Taller Galeria Fort, Carrer Hort d'en Sanés 9,
17488 Cadaqués, Girona
July 03 - October 01, 2021:
Association L'Étangd'Art, 8 rue de l'ancien puits
November 15 - December 15, 2021:
Wingfield Barns CIC, Church Road
Wingfield, Suffolk IP21 5RA
International print competition open to all artists, printmaking techniques and tendencies, organized by the Association for the Dissemination of International Graphic Arts (ADOGI).
Since 1995, the exhibition has been shown annually in L’Etangd’Art Gallery in Bages, France, and in the UK at the same time as in Cadaqués. In addition there are national and international shows which may take place sporadically.
Wingfield Barns CIC
The exhibition is opened from September 26, 2021 until December 12, 2021.
Anna Bludau-Hary, Irmtraud Klug-Berninger, Rainer Storck
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays 3 - 6 pm
and by appointment
Galerie im Alten Haus
Kunstforum Seligenstadt e.V.
Frankfurter Straße 13
Paper and art have always been closely related, but paper usually plays a role that is literally behind the scenes. It is the medium on which the work of art is created and presented, or it forms a decorative frame in the form of a passe-partout, for example. Papers of various qualities are the material for artistic illustrations or turn a photo into a high-quality work of art through its special structure and feel.
The exhibition "Paper Worlds" of the Seligenstadt Art Forum, curated by Nanette Kernstock and Ruth Wahl, deals with a different position of paper in art. Here, paper becomes the central medium of design.
Phone +49 6182 924451
The exhibition is opened from September 19, 2021 until November 28, 2021.
John Gerard, Eva M. Juras, Christiane Rückert, Traudel Stahl and other Artists
Vernissage - Sunday, September 19, 2021, 3 pm
Wednesday to Saturday 2 - 5 pm
Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Selected artists impressively demonstrate how multi-layered the artistic possibilities are around the special material paper. Visitors can expect collages, sculptures, illuminated objects, installations, silhouettes and much more. All artists work with paper as medium and its conditions in their own unique and individual way.
The exhibition is opened from September 25, 2021 until November 25, 2021.
Barb Adams, Jane Ingram Allen, Eliana Anghinah, Angela Barbour, Regina Basaran, Laura Behar, Anita Bell , Heike Berl , Margit Bu Dominguez , Lorraine Bubar, Regina Carmona, Ilze Dilane, Zuzanna Dolega, Verena Friedrich, Jennifer Galvin, Lori Goodman, Kirsti Grotmol, , Orna Hatzor , Mandy Hillson, Pat Hodson, Anne Marble , Heather Matthew, Marie-Laure Miazza, Sandra Pearce, Liz Powell, Erica Spitzer Rasmussen, Priscilla Robinson, Dominique Rousseau, Tatiana Rozenblat , Heike Schaefer, Marie Schirrmacher-Meitz, Bianca Severijns, Lynn Sures, Aliza Thomas, Marjorie Tomchuk , Therese Weber, Monika Wellnitz, Eva Wilcke, Judith Wilson, Fides Linien, Ângela Barbour, Eliana Anghinah, May Babcock, Imke Beek, Aidée Bernard, Kathrin Biffi, Eszter Bornemisza, Anita Brendgens, Ulrike Buck, Jocelyn Châteauvert, Viviane Colautti Ivanova, Aline Dalgleish, Alexandra Deutsch, Park Eunsoo, EH Fekken, Michel Gautier, Hazel Glass, Gundel Hädeler, Hong Yun H, Inci Kansu, Punika Kharas, Eva Kipp, Elizabeth Mackie, Marie Claire Meier, Ruth Moro, Siegrid Müller-Holtz, Metka Pepelnak, Hilda Piedrahita, Elly Prestegard, Pierre Racine, Jytte Rasmussen, Gerda Ritzmann, Priscilla Robinson, Heike Schaefer, Lilo Schaer, Wilhelm Schramm, May-Lucy Süess, Minnamarina Tammi, Daniela Todorova, Miroslawa Truchta-Nowicka, Helene Tschacher, Pierrette Vergne, Anne Vilsbøll, Lennie Vorttman, Nane Wenhammar, Angelika Wolpert and other Artists
Tuesday to Sunday 9 am - 4.30 pm
No 333 Hupen Road, Fengxian District,
2021 Shanghai International Paper Art Biennale is organized by Paper+ Studio and Fengxian Museum, and jointly hosted by Culture and Tourism Bureau of Fengxian District, Shanghai.
Alongside the exhibition, works of well-known Chinese paper artists are displayed, as well as works of Chinese paper heritage, and promising paper artworks by students from the art universities of China.
There are three exhibition areas: Traditional Paper Art Area, International Paper Art Area, and the '2021 IAPMA Coral Jubilee - Origins and Destinations' Area. The themes of the three exhibition areas may give faith and strength for the global fight against the epidemic.
International academic seminars are held in conjunction with the exhibition, and more than ten domestic and foreign paper art experts, scholars, and government officials are invited to participate. A series of art and cultural activities are also carried out: theme handicraft workshops, on-site cultural activities, parallel exhibition, an Environmental Art market, etc.
The exhibition is opened from September 24, 2021 until November 01, 2021.
Primrose Paper Arts
Visit Online Exhibition here:
Primrose Paper Arts organised a virtual exhibition showing the work of members of Primrose Paper Arts, Papermakers of Victoria and Papermakers and Artists Queensland. Their response to the theme is reflected in a variety of techniques and styles.
A new room of the "gallery" is opened each Tuesday and Friday.
The exhibition is opened from September 16, 2021 until October 31, 2021.
Petra Grupp and Sarah Lehnert
Vernissage - September 19, 2021, 11 am
Tuesday and Thursday 5 - 7 pm
Sunday and Holidays 2 - 5 pm
Museum 'Altes Rathaus' Leingarten
Eppinger Str. 150
The artists Petra Grupp and Sarah Lehnert exhibit their work in the museum "Altes Rathaus" in Leingarten as part of the event series 2021 of the cultural region Heilbronner Land.
Petra Grupp presents collages/mixed techniques of an imaginary nature as well as paper reliefs and three-dimensional objects. The aspect of 'time' - becoming and emergence and transience play an important role in the artist books shown.
The exhibition is opened from October 04, 2021 until October 30, 2021.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard and other Artists
3 - 7 pm
Lessedra Gallery and Contemporary Art Projects
25 Milin Kamak Street
An international print annual competition and exhibition. The aim is to gather and exhibit contemporary art print works from all over the world and to contribute to the contacts and the exchange between artists, art lovers and collectors and to stimulate the research in printmaking.
Phone +359 2 865 04 28
The exhibition is opened from September 18, 2021 until October 24, 2021.
Lynn Sures (Lecturer)
Saturday, October 16, 2021
9.30 am JapanTime
10 am - 6 pm
Muko City Museum (Mukō-shi bunka shiryōkan)
40-1 Minamigakiuchi, Terado-cho,
Muko-shi, Kyoto 617-0002
In Japan, conversely, the British literature scholar Jugaku Bunshō(1900-1992), who as a private publisher created Kojitsuan Books, advocated for traditional washi before the country’s opening.
Exhibition Opening in conjunction with the Symposium. Along with the symposium, a special exhibition will introduce the entire collection of Jugaku Bunshō’s washi as well as display materials in related fields, such as English literature and the book arts.
Presenters: Toshiro Nakajima, Cathleen A. Baker, PhD, Susumu Yamanaka, Claire Cuccio, PhD, Lynn Sures
To participate the symposium, please submit your application before October 14, 2021 here:
The exhibition is opened from September 22, 2021 until October 20, 2021.
Sumie Matsuura and other Japanese Artists
10 am - 6 pm
Triangular Tower of Serdica
Regional History Museum of Sofia
1 Banski Sq,
- Japanese Paper Art -
In partnership with:
Embassy of Japan in Bulgaria
The exhibition is part of the autumn events of SOFIA PAPER ART FEST and The 32nd Days of Japanese Culture in Bulgaria
In the autumn program of SOFIA PAPER ART FEST 2021 the organizers - Amateras Foundation, presents an exhibition of donated and awarded works by Japanese authors, part of the Amateras Collection. The History Museum of Sofia is a traditional partner of SPAF and the Days of Japanese Culture in Bulgaria. The exhibition that unites these two events is presented in the Triangular Tower of Serdica. The event is under the patronage of the Embassy of Japan in Bulgaria.
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