Anita Groener On View at Art on Paper

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From March 8 to 11, Dutch artist Anita Groener will return to "Art on Paper" with new work at Gibbons & Nicholas in downtown Manhattan, NY.

About Anita Groener

Born in the Netherlands and based in Ireland has directed Anita Groener's work through a cross-cultural perspective. She asks what it is to be human today. Approaching this question through ideas of home and displacement within geopolitical realities, the artist focusses on specific events, their archetypal and psychological resonances. Her work engages with the tissue of trauma and loss, transferred by the experience of time and place. Anita Groener uses strategies and economies of drawing, as well as formal aspects of scale and monochromes, making drawings, paintings, installations, film and animation that she exhibits internationally.

Anita Groener's work has been exhibited at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Centre Culturel Irlandais, and the Witteveen Visual Art Centre among many other places. Until 2014 she was a professor at the Dublin Institute of Technology where she also served as the Head of Fine Art from 2004 to 2006.

FLOCK (3), 2016 , 20.5 x 45.5 cm, acid free paper, framed © Anita Groener

About "Art on Paper"

"Art on Paper" is an annual art fair that focuses on creating the highest quality fair experience by connecting collectors with dealers in the most optimal settings and contexts. This year's "Art on Paper" includes eighty galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. The "Art on Paper" medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects - unique moments that have set the fair apart and established an important destination for the arts in New York City.

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