Press Release  September 16, 2021

The Art Closet Gallery Presents "Paper Cuts"

Courtesy The Art Closet Gallery

Created by Christian Joy, 2021.

Paper Cuts is a group show, guest curated by Alexander Deschamps, that brings together artists from multiple backgrounds and disciplines. This group of artists includes painters, poets, a costume designer, a sculptor, and other creatives, glued together by a common interest: paper.

For many of us, paper is a medium of first and last resort. Paper is at once a most accessible substrate and art form, also universal. When we are out of ideas or have new ones to work through, paper and collage are always accessible. Paper is portable and personal, it can come to the dinner table with your loved ones, or alone at your desk by lamplight. The stakes are low and the possibilities are endless. In this way, paper and collage are the most democratic mediums. The Art Closet Gallery aims to draw attention to the special role it has played in the last year and a half.

GILDA OLIVER artists team, LOST ROSES, 2014. Paper print measures 12 by 15 inches. This artwork also exists as an NFT.
Courtesy The Art Closet Gallery.

GILDA OLIVER artists team, LOST ROSES, 2014. Paper print measures 12 by 15 inches. This artwork also exists as an NFT.

Amy Talluto -high res photo -2021

Created by Amy Talluto, 2021.

Leslie Weissman, Beach Read, 2021

Leslie Weissman, Beach Read, 2021.

The artists featured in this show include: Alexander Deschamps, Michael Hambouz, Christian Joy, Dan Lucal, Gilda Oliver, Cindy Sacks, Amy Talluto, Ian Thompson, Andrew Weatherhead, Leslie Weissman, Yezica Tutic, Andrew Weatherhead

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