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Pulp Art: Origami Unfolds in the West | Asia Life | The Diplomat

Last month, hundreds of paper connoisseurs descended on New York for a convention put on by OrigamiUSA, in celebration of the delicate paper arts of East Asia. The event underscores the West’s growing appreciation for this time-tested art form. For most, origami (literally, “folding paper”, sans scissors and glue) invokes the quintessential image of a… Continue reading Pulp Art: Origami Unfolds in the West | Asia Life | The Diplomat

Rethinking origami as ‘Folding Paper’ / Sacramento Press

Miri Golan’s “Two Books,” (left) and Vincent Floderer’s “Clitocybe” (right) If you think of frogs or birds when someone mentions origami, then perhaps you need to visit the new exhibit, “Folding Paper: the Infinite Possibilities of Origami,” at the Crocker Art Museum, where you’ll see some frogs and some birds, but you’ll also see pieces… Continue reading Rethinking origami as ‘Folding Paper’ / Sacramento Press