20th-21st Century American Sculpture, Paper

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Crease, Fold & Bend is a 2013 exhibit at the Lafayette College Galleries which says: "Crease, Fold & Bend presents a cross section of contemporary paper structures where science and math meet art between the folds.  Moving beyond the traditional Japanese art form, contemporary mathematicians, architects, engineers, designers, and artists are revolutionizing origami by expanding the practice." Accessed 2/19

FaunaFold is a 2019 exhibit at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum which says: "FaunaFold features origami creatures by artist and physicist Robert J. Lang, renowned for his complex, life-like figures of insects, birds, and beasts and considered one of the world's leading origami masters. A pioneer of the cross-disciplinary merging of origami with mathematics, Lang consulted on origami applications to engineering designs ranging from air bags to expandable space telescopes."  Also see website of artist. Accessed 8/20

Manuel Izquierdo: Maquettes, Small Sculptures and Works on Paper, an exhibit held November 17, 2012 - February 17, 2013 at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University. Includes video introduction. Accessed January, 2015.

Origami in the Garden is a 2016-7 exhibit at the Baker Museum which says: "Kevin Box (American, b. 1977) is recognized for capturing the delicate nature of paper in beautiful sculptures. Since the beginning of the 21st century, he has grown to become the featured artist in many of America's top fine art galleries and fairs. Box's work has received numerous awards and is held in prominent collections worldwide." Accessed 1/17


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