"Slash: Paper Under the Knife" Exhibition

Museum of Arts & Design

poster for "Slash: Paper Under the Knife" Exhibition

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"Slash" explores the international phenomenon of cut paper in contemporary art- showcasing the work of artists who reach beyond the traditional role of paper as a neutral surface to consider its potential as a medium for provocative, expressive, and visually striking sculpture, installation, and video animation. "Slash" features work by approximately 50 contemporary artists from sixteen countries, and will also feature 12 new site-specific commissions and installations. Visitors will be able to watch the creative process during the first week of the exhibition, as select artists create new commissions in MAD's open studios and assemble and install their work in the galleries.

[Image: Andreas Kocks "paperwork #703G (Cannonball)" (2007) Graphite on watercolor paper. Courtesy of Jeannie Freilich Contemporary, New York.
Photo: Herman Feldhaus]



from October 07, 2009 to April 04, 2010

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    kyselik: (2010-03-01 at 18:03)

    This is really an exciting exhibition, what one can do with paper - different installations, book art...read more herehttp://dob2010.com/2010/01/28/mad-paper-worth-seeing/.

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