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Second edition of Art on Paper features 65 new & returning galleries
Kathy Osborn, Red Dress, Red Room, 2015. Oil on paper mounted on board, 10"x14". Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Molly Krom.

BROOKLYN, NY.- Art on Paper returns to New York City’s Pier 36 this March 3 - 6, bringing the best in paper-based art, presented by 65 top galleries from around the world, to downtown Manhattan. The inaugural Art on Paper welcomed 20,000 visitors to the Lower East Side over the fair's four buzzing days. The fair was set apart by the quality of its exhibitions. The medium-driven focus lent itself to significant projects - unique moments that elevated Art on Paper, quickly shaping the fair into an important and influential New York City destination for modern and contemporary art.

Art on Paper’s 2016 Exhibitors present an incredible selection of works on, about, by, and from paper. Purposeful exhibitions and highly curated projects speak to the fair’s focus, highlighting the special rage and diversity inherent to the medium. 101/EXHIBIT, in collaboration with the Larry Rivers Foundation, presents 33 works on paper exemplifying Rivers’ collaborative interests across poetry and art that helped define the practice of the New York School. Forum Gallery presents paper constructions by Cybèle Young, Walter Maciel Gallery features work by Brendan Lott, John Jurayj, and Lisa Solomon, and LOOC Art shows an immersive exhibition of work on paper by Tomas Vu. Joshua Liner Gallery features a solo exhibition of Libby Black’s sculptures rendered in paper, hot glue, and acrylic paint. These handmade recreations of everyday objects fulfill a certain fantasy and create a sense of artist ownership over the special objects that define a space, a memory, or an aspiration. London’s Manifold Editions presents Turner Prize Winner Grayson Perry’s black and white series Six Snapshots of Julie, a series rarely available for public viewing. Gallery Joe’s presentation features work by Christine Hiebert, and Castor Gallery shows an immersive environment of new work by Javier Calleja. Garvey|Simon exhibits Stick Series, a series of colored pencil on paper by David Morrison. Nancy Hoffman Gallery shows work by Sarah Bridgland, Rupert Deese, Nathalia Edenmont, and Bill Richards. Tokyo’s Gallery Jin features water-based woodcuts by Shoji Miyamoto and Hiroko Masuko ink on Torinoko-paper. Robert Mann Gallery shows archival pigment prints by Julie Blackmon and Cig Harvey, and G.W. Einstein Company exhibits the 1950’s Louise Nevelson etching, Archaic Figures Walking In The Sky (King and Queen). Visitors to Art on Paper are met with a powerful installation of Klein Sun Gallery artist Li Hongbo's paper sculptures. Recently exhibited at the SCAD Museum of Art as part of Irons for the Ages, Flowers for the Day, the work is composed of tools of war made from brightly colored honeycombed paper reshaped into delicate abstract forms.

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March 3, 2016

A winery and a Roman bathhouse found in Jerusalem's Schneller compound

Artemis Gallery to auction 325+ lots of exceptional antiquities, ancient and ethnographic art in no-reserve sale

BADA, Curator's Eye partnership heralds changes for art organizations and their member dealers

ADAA member galleries present ambitious solo exhibitions, group shows, and new works

Vast unknown Bob Dylan archive knocks on University of Tulsa in Oklahoma's door

artnet Auctions offers an Edward Hopper watercolor "Trees, East Gloucester" from 1926

Dickinson to offer a museum-quality Renoir, Au Bord de l’Eau, at TEFAF 2016

Last of the Mitford sisters' treasures soar to £1.8 million total; 3x pre-sale estimate

Exhibition of photographs by Ellsworth Kelly on view at Matthew Marks in New York

Exhibition of Swedish painter Hilma af Klint's work opens at the Serpentine Gallery

The Armory Show 2016 opens in New York with 205 galleries from 36 countries

Waddington Custot Galleries opens survey of works from the 1960s, 70s and 80s by Barry Flanagan

Throckmorton Fine Art presents early Chinese Buddhist sculpture from the Northern Dynasties

Solo show by German photographer Carina Brandes opens at Team

The portrait in contemporary photography is focus of exhibition at Kunstmuseum Bonn

Detroit Institute of Arts hires Eve Straussman-Pflanzer

Missoula Art Museum exhibits works by artist Gennie DeWeese

Giles Moon joins Heritage Auctions as Consignment Director of Entertainment & Music Memorabilia

Carpenters Workshop Gallery presents Dutch designer Maarten Baas' latest collection 'Carapace'

A selection of new and recent paintings by Philip Hanson on view at James Cohan

Exhibition of recent work by Seattle-based artist Ann Gale opens at Dolby Chadwick Gallery

Blum & Poe presents an exhibition of work by Kazunori Hamana, Yuji Ueda, and Otani Workshop

mumok exhibits works by two young artists: Kathi Hofer and Eloise Hawser

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