We are proud that our debut at Art On Paper New Yoork is featured by Artnet in their Guide to All the Art Fairs Taking Place in New York During the 2022 Edition of Armory Week.
Cynthia Corbett Gallery is delighted to present a special curation at Art on Paper - Booth C03 running during New York art week, September 8-11, 2022 at Pier 36, New York City, coinciding with The Armory Show. Our showcase will feature top modern and contemporary imaginative works on paper by Deborah Azzopardi, Christina Benz, Klari Reis, Isabelle van Zeijl, Tuëma Pattie, Cristina Schek, Alastair Gordon, Matt Smith, Andy Burgess and Yuko Nishikawa.
In addition to traditional booths, the fair will include a suite of large-scale innovative public projects, all by women artists. Highlights will include Memory Tourist in the art fair's central lounge, a vibrant installation of paper-pulp mobiles by Yuko Nishikawa who is represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
The renowned fair, known for its medium-driven focus has partnered with Artsy and we are pleased to present our special Artsy curation.
"Where: Pier 36, 299 South Street
When: Thursday, September 8, 6 p.m.–9 p.m.; Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10, 11 a.m.–7 p.m.; Sunday, September 11: 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
Admission: $25 general admission
What to Know: Experience Modern and contemporary paper-based art from 100 international galleries at the eighth edition of this medium-driven affair. In addition to traditional booths, the fair will include a suite of large-scale innovative public projects, all by women artists. Highlights will include Memory Tourist, an installation of paper-pulp mobiles by Yuko Nishikawa’s from London's Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
Other presentations speak to current events, like Ukrainian CCTV engineer and photographer Oleksii Kyrychenko’s photographs, taken on the eve of war, of his nine-year-old daughter armed with a rifle and lollipop, on view with San Francisco’s Electric Works. And for Accola Griefen Fine Art, Bang Geul Han has hand woven controversial legal documents such as Supreme Court opinions and state laws on immigration and reproductive rights into a series of tapestries titled “Warp and Weft.”
Health and Safety: Masks recommended regardless of vaccination status. Proof of vaccination not required."