Collaborative, Custom Paper, and
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Dieu Donné is a 7,000 square foot hand papermaking studio, gallery, and
archive located in the Fashion District of midtown Manhattan. Visual
artists work in collaboration with highly skilled artistic staff to
create both unique and editioned two- and three-dimensional works.
Over the past thirty years, Dieu Donné has produced works in
collaboration with The Aldrich Museum of Art, Lower East Side
Printshop, Isis, Axelle Editions, Fawbush Editions, Pace Prints, The
Whitney Museum of American Art Library, among others.
Many significant artists have worked with Dieu Donné artistic staff and paper, including: Richard Artschwager, Louise Bourgeois, Chuck Close,
Jane Hammond, William Kentridge, Glenn Ligon, Robert Ryman, Kiki Smith,
Richard Tuttle, and many others.
Dieu Donné offers unique opportunities to produce individual works and
editions with print shops and publishers through collaborative artists’
projects. Artistic staff consult with artists and publishers
to develop innovative methods of production which may incorporate other
printmaking techniques or processes.
Custom Paper & Materials
Dieu Donné produces custom paper and materials for a variety of
applications, including: painting, drawing, sculpture, photographic and
digital prints, and more. The studio produces handmade papers with
museum archival standards while also allowing the artist freedom with
materials of their choice.
Sheet forming capabilities range up to 7 x 10 feet.
Custom paper is created using a variety of traditional fiber sources, such as
cotton, linen, abaca, raw flax, and Asian fibers such as kozo and gampi. Our paper
can range from thick, heavy-weight sheets to translucent ethereal skins and
infinite other possibilities.
Artist Publishing Projects
Artists themselves may schedule time in the studio to produce their own
self-published projects. The staff consult with artists to help
conceive their project as realized through the papermaking process. The
artist and staff develop a working practice during production that has
set a precedent for collaboration over the past
Artist Sponsorship Residency
Dieu Donné works with collectors, supporters, and publishers of artwork
through this residency, as a direct way of enabling an artist to
benefit from the experience of creating work in the handmade paper. The
three-day residency can be funded to further allow the artist to
develop a fully-realized work or create an edition. Past artists
sponsored through the residency include Lesley Dill, William Kentridge,
James Siena, Richard Tuttle, and many others.
For more information, and to set up an appointment to discuss paper orders and other studio services, please contact Amy Jacobs,
Studio Collaborator & Education Manager, at
email@example.com or at 212-226-0573 x 207 or Lisa Switalski, Studio Collabor & Production Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-226-0573 x 206.