The exhibition is opened from January 15, 2022 until July 25, 2022.
November - April
Tuesday - Sunday 9 am - 3 pm
May - August:
Monday - Saturday 9 am - 6 pm
Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
October - November:
Monday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój
57-340 Duszniki-Zdrój, Poland
Haiku - is Japanese poetry, accurately and in a very simple way expressing thoughts; haiku is related to the philosophy of zen which in art is characterized by subtlety, aesthetic minimalism and abandonment of one's own "I".
The exhibition "Paper haiku" is the visualization of those values.
The artworks of Małgorzata Antoszewska - Moneta are dominated by elements of far eastern culture because of her stay in Japan, where she learned the art of making Japanese paper called washi in the studio of Isao Nakamura, as well as calligraphy and woodcut; as the artist says: "... it decided about one of my artistic paths, influenced the others"; apart from the paper sphere, the artist deals with painting, unique photography and graphics.
The exhibition is opened from January 29, 2022 until April 17, 2022.
Eliana Anghinah, May Babcock, Ângela Barbour, Imke Beek, Aidée Bernard, Kathrin Biffi, Eszter Bornemisza, Anita Brendgens, Ulrike Buck, Jocelyn Châteauvert, Viviane Colautti Ivanova, Aline Dalgleish, Alexandra Deutsch, Park Eunsoo, Ina Fekken, Michel Gautier, Hazel Glass, Gundel Hädeler, Hong Yun He, Inci Kansu, Punika Kharas, Eva Kipp, Elizabeth Mackie, Marie Claire Meier, Ruth Moro, Siegrid Müller-Holtz, Metka Pepelnak, Hilda Piedrahita, Elly Prestegard, 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
Monday to Thursday 9 am - 2 pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 10.30 am - 2.30 pm
Museu Molí Paperer de Capellades
Carrer Pau Casals, 10,
Final destination of the 35th year IAPMA Anniversary Exhibition in Spain
IAPMA was founded in 1986 in Düren, Germany, at a meeting held in conjunction with the opening of The First International Paper Art Biennale in Europe at the Leopold Hoesch Museum. The first meeting of the association was housed by the paper Mill Museum of Capellades, Barcelona ( Spain).
The founding members originated from numerous countries around the globe who were elected to create an international association focusing on paper and all its aspects.
In the 35 years since its founding, IAPMA members have ventured to destinations far and wide to share their love of paper art and cultural exchange, creating a worldwide network of artists and craftspersons across more than 40 countries.
What is it that ties our past to our future? What is the path we take or make to get there?
How do we move around the obstacles in our path? Networks, maps, transit systems, systems of communication, interconnectedness, adventure, nostalgia, memory, intuition, resourcefulness and creative problem-solving. Perhaps it is not so much the destination as the journey. We have encouraged IAPMA members to explore this theme through paper artwork and share it with us.
Curatoral commission /Commissars/ Comisarios:
Nicole Donelly, Ângela Barbour and Victòria Rabal
Museu Molí Paperer de Capellades
Phone +34 938 01 28 50
The exhibition is opened from November 12, 2021 until April 10, 2022.
Two Group Exhibitions
National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute
Craft Design Hall and Craft Exhibition Hall,
1. No. 572 and 573, Zhongzheng Road,
Nantou County 54246,
There are two exhibitions: artists from around the world were invited to create works on the two themes:
'KOZO CONTEMPORARY' - All works using Kozo as main fibre.
'CHANGE' - Eco themed mixed media with fibre and other natural or recycled man made materials.
The exhibition is opened from December 15, 2021 until March 25, 2022.
Elisabeth Jobin-Sanglard and other Artists
December 15, 2021 from 5 - 8 pm
LESSEDRA Gallery & Contemporary Art Projects
25, Milin Kamak Street,
An international annual competition with the premise to show the variety of art medium. The aim was to gather and to exhibit contemporary 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 into Painting, Drawing, Collage, Watercolor, Photography…
An exhibition with artworks from 115 artists from 33 countries
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 January 15, 2022 until March 06, 2022.
Aïdée Bernard, Isabel Bisson Mauduit, Pascal Cuart, David Dellas, Lelia Demoisy, Isabelle Duperray, Constance Fulda, Valérie Loiseau, Raphaëlle Peria, Deidi Von Shaewen
Wednesday to Sunday 3 - 6 pm
Opening - Friday, January 14, 2022 at 7 pm
Nocturne the evenings of the show from 8pm to 8:45pm
Salons d’exposition de l’Hôtel de Ville,
8E avenue Charles de Gaulle
Ville de La Celle Saint-Cloud
This multimedia exhibition reveals the beauty and secrets of trees. It also traces the ancestral relationships we have established with them. After having sheltered and protected our most distant ancestors, trees have provided us with wood, warmth, shade, light and ornament...
Free entrance - All public
The exhibition is opened from January 15, 2022 until January 30, 2022.
Jane Ingram Allen and Jami Taback
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Currently only by appointment due to Covid measures
January 15, 2022
2 pm Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 878 9107 0612
Sonoma Community Center Gallery,
276 E Napa St,
Sonoma, CA 95476
Collaborative installation using handmade paper and printmaking and about the current climate crisis and water.
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