Four Artists At Re Institute

Peter Fulop, Cast Earth III. Materials: Straw, Raw Clay 2019. In the background, orange hanging made by Brigitta Varadi. Photo Submitted

The depth and breadth of a group exhibition being held at the Re Institute in Millerton, N.Y., warrants a dedicated visit. The artists represented are Hong Hong, Brigitta Veradi, Richard Baim and Peter Fulop.

Hong Hong’s work originates as huge sheets of paper, handmade from mulberry bark,  treated with ash, and imbued with dyes. The paper is made in the out-of-doors, in a yard or a parking lot, on a modular mold measuring 12 x 8 inches. Each sheet  takes about one day to make. 

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