IAPMA Exhibitions

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



Event Dates

The IAPMA exhibition is opened from April 21, 2024 until August 11, 2024.


102 IAPMA Members from 37 Countries

Opening Hours

Monday and Tuesday closed
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 am – 12 noon
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 – 5 pm

Opening Ceremony:
Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 3 pm

Guided Tours:
May 5, June 2 and July 7 at 1 pm, as well as am August 8, 2024 at 3 pm
IAPMA Member and paper artist Marie Schirrmacher-Meitz provides guided tours “With Spritz” through the exhibition: all guests receive a cocktail or optional a non-alcoholic drink with the tour. The tour takes place for groups of minimum 10 persons, registration in advance by telephone or e-mail is required. The cost of the guided tour "With Spritz" is 10,- Euro per person. More dates for guided tours on request. Please feel free to contact Castle Hagen: +49 (0) 4746 6043 or info@burg-zu-hagen.de

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Burg zu Hagen im Bremischen e.V.
Burgallee 1
27628 Hagen im Bremischen

Phone: +49 (0) 4746 6043
E-Mail: info@burg-zu-hagen.de

More Information

"ReBloom" is the first biennial of the world's leading organization for papermakers and paper artists, the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA). The exhibition will showcase 100 works of Paper Art by artists from 40 countries around the world between April 21 and August 11, 2024. The exhibition will take place on the premises of Hagen Castle in Bremischen, Germany.
In everyday life, paper is mostly used as an information carrier or packaging material. However, it is also amazingly flexible and versatile as an artistic medium in its own right. It is in the nature of paper that it can be reused and recycled, thus embodying a permanent life and offering countless possibilities for reuse and changeability. The exhibition theme "ReBloom", developed by IAPMA Exhibition Coordinator and Curator Ângela Barbour, revolves around paper's inherent potential to bring to life the memories and experiences it has absorbed. The IAPMA Biennial "ReBloom" will feature artworks that illustrate this and tell stories of renewed life, an awakening that can be experienced with paper and the fibres of which it is mostly made.

Jury: Ângela Barbour; Karen Olson, Ziya Tarapore

Exhibition Coordinators and Curators: Ângela Barbour; Marie Schirrmacher-Meitz

Link to video of the exhibition

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