Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan’s Pier 36 this September 8–11 for its highly anticipated eighth edition, with 95 galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. The fair’s medium-specific focus continues to bring about unique and powerful projects — visual, experiential moments that have established Art on Paper as a must-visit destination for collectors, curators, and art lovers.

Visitors will encounter innovative paper-based programming throughout the fair’s public spaces. Dublin’s Stoney Road Press will present Leah Hewson’s “Kin Collection,” a large-scale interactive installation created specifically for the show; Yuko Nishikawa of Cynthia Corbett Gallery will present a mobile made with 100% repurposed waste paper in the central lounge; and professor emeritus of NYU and former Head of the Department of Art, Angiola Churchill, will showcase “Pandora’s Box II” in collaboration with her gallery, Wook+Lattuada. Additionally, Accola Griefen Fine Art will showcase a site-specific installation of artist Bang Guel Han’s ongoing series Warp and Weft.

This and many more remarkable moments await at New York City’s beloved medium-driven fair.

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