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Dieu Donné is a leading non-profit cultural institution dedicated to serving established and emerging artists through the collaborative creation of contemporary art using the process of hand papermaking.


Paper Variables and Recent Editions

PAper Variables and Recent Editions

May 16 – June 10, 2016

Variable Editions created at Dieu Donné from the past 10 years. Works by: Polly Apfelbaum, Gina Beavers, John Beech, Nina Bovasso, Katherine Bradford, Ernesto Caivano, Dawn Clements, Sarah Crowner, Lesley Dill, Brock Enright, J. Fiber, Mark Fox, Carl Fudge, Rico Gatson, Kirsten Hassenfeld, Julia Jacquette, Andy Mister, David Opdyke, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Michael St. John, Allyson Strafella and Chuck Webster.

Paper Variables is an opportunity to collect art by renowned contemporary artists at an affordable price while making an important contribution to the creation of new work in handmade paper. Embracing the egalitarian spirit of the traditional edition, this artist-driven series produces new works in collaboration with our studio staff, featuring unique touches of the artist’s hand. Each year, artists work in collaboration with our studio staff to create dynamic new works for this series. Proceeds help to support the residency and exhibition programs at Dieu Donné.


Dieu Donné is pleased to announce Carrie Moyer as our 2016 Paper Variable Artist! 

A new variable edition in handmade paper by Carrie Moyer, a painter, writer and activist living in Brooklyn. Ms. Moyer is widely known for her abstract paintings in which layers of media, as well as concept, research, and experience, are intermingled to sumptuous effect.

In the Artforum review of Moyer's recent exhibition "Sirens" at DC Moore Gallery, Johanna Fateman described her work as "rich with allusions to abstractionist history, especially Helen Frankenthaler's pour paintings and central-core imagists of 1970s, while also reflecting Pop and countercultural styles". The artist's work is included in many public collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Worcester Art Museum, and the Tang Museum, Skidmore College. Moyer is represented by DC Moore Gallery and has received awards from the Guggenheim and Joan Mitchell Foundations, Anonymous Was a Woman, and Creative Capital among others.

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