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Above: Little Liar (with The Rape of Proserpina, 1621, Bernini)
Embossed handmade cotton paper, gold leaf, 18 x 24 inches, 2019

​2019 Workspace Resident Exhibition, Dieu Donné
Showcasing work produced during the residency and cellebrating the close collaborations with master papermakers Tatiana Ginsberg and Amy Jacobs. 

Participating Artists: Ezra Tessler, Erin M. Riley, Tricia Wright.

December 16, 2019 - March 13, 2020
Dieu Donné Studio, Brooklyn Navy Yards
63 Flushing Ave, Suite 602, Brooklyn, NY 11217



Present Bodies: Papermaking at Dieu Donné, presents the work of eight artists who participated in Dieu Donné’s Brooklyn-based Workspace Program residency. This exhibition highlights new and ambitiously scaled work in handmade paper, featuring artists SwoonNoel AndersonLesley DillCandy GonzalezLina PuertaPaul WongSaya Woolfalk, and Tricia Wright.
Referencing the body through the skin-like texture of handmade paper, and the labor involved in papermaking, the works harness the medium of hand papermaking to examine underrepresented and misrepresented bodies. Paper has long been an apt tool for questioning hegemonic structures of language and cultural norms, most commonly through its ubiquitous presentation as printed documents and books. In Present Bodies, paper becomes a unique visual force presenting works that ultimately seek to present our human bodies in ways not seen before.

December 5, 2019 - February 2, 2020
Curated by Jenny Gerow & Co-presented with Dieu Donné
BRIC Arts Media
647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 112177

Workspace Residency Dieu Donné 2019

Workspace Residency Dieu Donné 2019
I am well into my 2019 Workspace Residency at Dieu Donné, learning a lot about the joys and challenges of pulp paper and loving every minute of it. This residency will culminate in an exhibition with other workspace artists: Erin Rily, Ezra Tessler, and Duy Hoàng, to be held in the Dieu Donné gallery space in the Brooklyn Navy Yards, opening December 11.

Above: Studio shot of Pandora's Box
Pigmented cotton and abaca pulp, 14 inches x 14 feet, 2019

In the Heart's Deep Core, NYU Langone Art Gallery

In the Heart's Deep Core, NYU Langone Art Gallery
In the Deep Heart’s Core
This exhibition features artworks that convey how our emotions and feelings are so closely linked to our heart and thus may influence its health, for better or worse. Artists include: Andrea Deszö, Dan Funderburgh, Cal Lane, André Lemos Pinto, Gianni Lillo, Cara Lynch, Andrea Mastrovito, Raymond Pettibon, Antonio Riello, Kako Ueda, and Tricia Wright.

Date: January 24 to April 26, 2019