City: New York
Address: 315 West 36th Street
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About Dieu Donné
Dieu Donné is a not-for-profit artists workspace in New York City that is dedicated to the creation, promotion, and preservation of contemporary art utilizing the process of hand papermaking. The organization's primary services and programs are devoted to working in collaboration with artists from all disciplines, utilizing this evolving medium as a new visual language in the creation of innovative works of art.
Through its exhibitions, education programs, studio facilities, and on-site archive housing more than 35 years of work in handmade paper, Dieu Donné has created a unique space where enthusiasts, artists, curators, and collectors come together to engage with and appreciate handmade paper as a medium in the larger context of the contemporary art world.
Dieu Donné has worked with hundreds of artists since its inception in 1976, including Polly Apfelbaum, Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, E.V. Day, Elena del Rivero, Lesley Dill, Tony Fitzpatrick, Ann Hamilton, Jim Hodges, Mel Kendrick, William Kentridge, Jon Kessler, Glenn Ligon, Arlene Shechet, Do Ho Suh, Kate Shepherd, Alan Shields, James Siena, Jessica Stockholder, Richard Tuttle, and Ursula von Rydingsvard to name just a few.