Have you ever wondered how paper can be made into art? Join Miami-based artist Lisa Haque at Books & Books Coral Gables, for an intimate conversation about her work and papermaking process.
Haque was a Studio Collaborator and the Production Manager at Dieu Donné in Manhattan, where she worked with artists in residence to create new bodies of work. Prior to that, she was a papermaker and bookbinder at Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University, where she collaborated with renowned artists such as Kiki Smith and Richard Tuttle to produce editioned artists’ books and works in handmade paper.
Haque’s works are currently on view in Spheres of Meaning: An Exhibition of Artists’ Books. Come by the museum today to view these works and join us for her free talk at Books & Books Coral Gables.
Image credit: Lisa Haque, Milk Teeth [detail], 2018, Text on air-dried handmade kozo paper, and gouache drawings, Courtesy of the artist