We have a very special #ExhibitionTuesday! Today, we highlight our very own On Paper/Grand Central at 100 exhibition, on view beginning this Friday, September 27, 2013. Featuring four amazing papercut artists, the Lightboxes (usually used for photography exhibitions) located in the lower level Dining Concourse of Grand Central Terminal will be transformed with original black and white papercut artwork, visible as light streams from behind the work. Honoring Grand Central’s Centennial, this exhibit will be on view until September 2014. Check out some past work created by these incredible artists! 

                Laura Cooperman, Hand-cut paper, 2013.

                Lives in Cleveland, OH http://lauracooperman.com

                Rob Ryan, All it Took, 2010.

                Lives in London, England  http://rob-ryan.blogspot.com/

                Xin Song, Tree of Life, 2012.

                Lives in Brooklyn, NY http://www.xinsong.com

                Thomas Witte, Venice, 2012. 

                 Lives in Brooklyn, NY http://www.thomaswitteart.com

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