Art on Paper returns September 8-11 for its highly anticipated eighth edition at Pier 36 in downtown Manhattan, featuring 95 galleries showcasing cutting-edge and contemporary paper-based art. The fair’s media-specific focus continues to produce unique and powerful projects – visual, experiential moments that have made Art on Paper a must-see destination for collectors, curators and art lovers.
Visitors will encounter innovative paper-based programming throughout the public area of the show. Dublin’s Stoney Road Press will present Leah Hewson’s Kin Collection, a large-scale interactive installation created specifically for the show; Cynthia Corbett Gallery’s Yuko Nishikawa will present a mobile made from 100% recycled paper in the central lounge; and NYU Professor Emeritus and former Director of Art Angiola Churchill will present Pandora’s Box II in collaboration with her gallery, Wook+Lattuada. Additionally, Accola Griefen Fine Art will feature a site-specific installation from artist Bang Guel Han’s ongoing series warp and weft.
These and many more remarkable moments await you at New York City’s popular media-driven trade show.
To find out more and to purchase tickets, visit thepaperfair.com.
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Work on the colossal land art project in the remote Nevada desert began in 1970.
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Study fine arts, interior design, illustration and comics, visual storytelling, and more at SVACE, either virtually or in person in NYC. Courses start on September 19th.
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Choose from over 140 courses for adults and teens ages 13-17, including beginner, intermediate, and advanced options. Register by August 23rd for an early bird discount.