Exhibitions

Browse through all exhibitions that currently take place. We also provide information about future exhibitions and exhibitions from the past.

Ebb and Flow II

United States

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from August 07, 2017 until June 01, 2018.

Artist

May Babcock and Megan Singleton

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 12:00 am; Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 pm; Saturday, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm; and Sunday, 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

Location

The upper lobby of Brown University's Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell Street, Providence RI. http://arts.brown.edu/granoff-center 

More Information

Ebb and Flow II is a collaborative installation by artists May Babcock and Megan Singleton inspired by the waterways and flora of the Narragansett Bay. Dendritic patterns found in watershed maps and plant forms are interpreted using invasive plants that have been collected locally and transformed into handmade paper pulp.

The large-scale wall installation includes the taxonomy and vector drawings of the vegetation. The laser cut drawings are made from the paper fiber corresponding to the plant each depicts.


Biennial PAPER FIBRE ART - ECO SUBLIME

Taiwan

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from October 06, 2017 until March 09, 2018.

Artist

46 international fibre/paper artists

Opening Hours

Opening: October 6, 2017 with 18 of the participating artists

9.00 - 17.00 hrs
closed on Monday

Location

CRAFT DESIGN HALL
NATIONAL TAIWAN CRAFT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

No. 573, Zhongzheng Road
Caotun Township, Nantou County 54246
Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Telephone +886-49-2334141 ext.131

Fax              +886-49-2336052



More Information

http://en.ntcri.gov.tw/


TIMELESS FRAGMENTS - CHROMATIC VIBRATIONS BETWEEN WATER AND EARTH

Italy

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from December 07, 2017 until January 08, 2018.

Artist

Fides Linien and other International Artists

Opening Hours

From 7 December 2017  to  7 January 2018

Opening day : 7 December 2017 18,00h – 22,00h
Everyday from 9,00 am to 20,00pm

Location

Palazzo Granafei-Nervegna, Via Duomo, 20 Brindisi, Italy

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FRAMMENTI SENZA TEMPO (Timeless Fragments)
FESTIVAL of Visual, Sound and Performing Arts.

The Festival is promoted by Primo Piano LivinGallery, curated by Dores Sacquegna. Artists from all over the world show thier works and projects: From Europe, Asia, Middle East, Russia, USA, in synergy dialogue with the Puglia’s Region.

FIDES LINIEN is displaying three new, unique paperworks of portraits of women as modern personification for the tenses.
The subtitle of this artwork sequence is the expression ‚From Ewen to Ewen‘. It used to be part of prayers in passed times, it means to pray from (one) eternity to (the next) eternity.
In her artworks the artist is trying to converge to the poles between past, presence and future, eternal beauty and its fade. During past times until today humans always strived towards beauty, ideals, perfection - leading to an idea of eternity. Especially the secret of timeless female beauty - depending on basic issues concerning life, variety, fertility and evolution - is still to unveil. 
The delicate artworks by Fides Linien are made of handmade, transparent paper with inlays of yarn in the technique the artist calls ‚CartaStaminea’.  

https://primopianospecialprojects.com/upcoming-art-projects/fragments/
www.fideslinien.com



Polifonia

Poland

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from July 28, 2017 until January 07, 2018.

Artist

Ewa Latkowska - Żychska, Magdalena Soboń, Barbara Mydlak

Opening Hours


May – October: from Monday to Saturday 9.00 a.m. – 5 p.m. , Sunday 9.00 a.m. – 3 p.m.
November – April: from Tuesday to Sunday 9.00 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Location

The Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki - Zdrój
ul. Kłodzka 42,
57-340 Duszniki Zdrój
Poland
www.muzpap.pl

More Information

"Polifonia" is the title of the first exhibition in the new, renovated exhibition space in the Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki Zdrój.
The exhibition features the result of a last year's artists' residency at the Museum:
dr hab. Magdalena Soboń -  professionally associated with the Paper Studio of the Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź -  and Barbara Mydlak, a student of the 5th year.
The works of these two artists are complemented by the works of
master prof. Ewa Latkowska-Żychska, founder of the Paper Studio.


QUEST

Netherlands

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from December 02, 2017 until December 30, 2017.

Artist

Corine van der Werf

Opening Hours

Tuesday-Sunday 11.00- 17.00 . Closed on Mondays, 25 and 26 th of December

Location

Kasteel Groeneveld te Baarn, Het Atelier

More Information

http://www.kasteelgroeneveld.nl/programmaactiviteiten/tentoonstellingen/


DEEPLY DESIRED

United Kingdom

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from December 06, 2017 until December 22, 2017.

Artist

PRISCILLA PURCELL

Opening Hours

Weds - Fri 11- 6. Sat 11 - 2. 

Location

JAGGED ART 
12a Devonshire Street
Marylebone
London W1G 6PS
UK

More Information

Showing recent pieces of Priscilla PURCELL’s work in her series: Unbroken, Signs & Symbols and Fragments. Hand-made paper, graphite, encaustic wax and stitched threads. 


Jocelyn Châteauvert: it bloomed at night

United States

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from September 28, 2017 until December 14, 2017.

Artist

Jocelyn Châteauvert

Opening Hours

http://myrtlebeachartmuseum.org

Location

Burroughs Chapin Art Musuem
3100 South Ocean Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC  29577


The Orient 2.0

Netherlands

Event Dates

The exhibition is opened from November 11, 2017 until December 13, 2017.

Artist

Mali Klein

Opening Hours

Pulchri is open six days a week from Tuesday to Sunday from 12.00 -17.00

 Admission is free of charge

Location

Pulchri Studio
Lang voorhout 15
The Hague

More Information

‘Dead Sea Is Dying’ is my contribution for the exposition ‘The Orient 2.0’, a compilation of contemporary art about the Middle East by artists from Europe, The Middle East and North Africa.
The opening is on november 11 at 17.30
The exposition will be open by Joris Wijsmuller, the alderman  of culture, city development and living.