March 12 – April 22, 2021

The fascination with paper and the multifunctional use of it can be traced back several millennia. Originally invented in Egypt and made with fibers of the Papyrus plant, the type found in China several thousand years later is closer to the type of paper we still use today. The versatile qualities and subtleness of the material makes it a popular material for artmaking, both historically and within a contemporary context. The exhibition Art on Paper explores differing approaches to the use of paper as a medium, with its main focus being on photography and lithography as well as paper as a material unto itself, and the timeless, multifaceted expressions of its use.

Artists: Lise Johansson, Jacob Gils and Stephan Schnedler.