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Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Offers Biennial Art on Paper Exhibition
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, is presenting, Art on Paper 2010, a biennial exhibition, which will be on view through Feb. 6, 2011.
Xandra Eden, the Weatherspoon's Curator of Exhibitions, has invited seventy-five artists of regional and international significance to present unique works made on, or of, paper. "With this year's exhibition, the Weatherspoon continues to expand its international scope," comments Eden, "Art on Paper 2010 includes artists from across the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, including new and recent work by Mequitta Ahuja, Diana Al-Hadid, Ky Anderson, Tom Burr, Dawn Clements, Gabriel de la Mora, Katie Holten, Eun Hyung Kim, William Powhida, Charlie Roberts, Dirk Stewen, Frank Selby, and many others." The full list of participating artists appears below.
Since 1965, the Weatherspoon's Art on Paper exhibition has charted a history of art through the rubric of one-of-a-kind works on paper. Now in its forty-first year, the steadfast commitment of xpdex (formerly the Dillard Paper Company) has allowed the Weatherspoon to acquire works from each and every Art on Paper exhibition, resulting in the formation and tremendous growth of the Dillard Collection of Art on Paper, which today numbers close to 550 objects. Acquisitions have included work by some of art's seminal practitioners, including Louise Bourgeois, Eva Hesse, Brice Marden, Joan Mitchell, Robert Smithson, and Frank Stella. Support for the exhibition and catalogue is generously provided by the F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.
The 28-page Art on Paper 2010 catalogue, designed by Donna Wojek-Gibbs, includes selected images, an exhibition checklist, and curator's statement.
The Art on Paper 2010 list of participating artists includes: Mequitta Ahuja, Diana Al-Hadid, Michael Ananian, Ky Anderson, Walead Beshty, Huma Bhabha, Nina Bovasso, Natasha Bowdoin, Nicholas Buffon, Tom Burr, Barbara Campbell Thomas, Emilie Clark, Dawn Clements, Gabriel de la Mora, Brian Dettmer, Josh Dorman, Jason Dunda, Will Duty, Jenny Eggleston, Bryan Ellis, Mark Fox, Rosemarie Fiore, Roland Flexner, Heather Gordon, Maximo Gonzalez, Belinda Haikes, Jacob Hashimoto, Elana Herzog, Carter Hodgkin, Katie Holten, Rebecca Horn, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Fritz Janschka, Lisa M. Kellner, Eun Hyung Kim, Elizabeth Leal, Tonya D. Lee, Maria (Eun-Hee) Lim, Cynthia Lin, John Maggio, Cameron Martin, Frank McCauley, Elizabeth McIntosh, Maureen McQuillan, Jennifer Meanley, Alison Moffett, Roy Nydorf, Paul P., Angela Piehl, Howardena Pindell, Amy Pleasant, William Powhida, Amy Purcell, Lauren Rice, Charlie Roberts, Chris Scarborough, Aurel Schmidt, Frank Selby, Julie Shapiro, Leah Sobsey, Duston Spear, Mariam Aziza Stephan, Dirk Stewen, Matthew Stromberg, Susanne Thomas, Christopher Thomas, Scott Treleaven, Michael Velliquette, Sarah Walker, Lee Walton, Robert Watts, Ruby Wescoat, Paula Wilson, Lisa Woods, and Rachael Wren.
For further info check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call 336/334-5770 or visit (www.weatherspoon.uncg.edu).
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