Founded in 1976, Dieu Donné serves emerging and established artists through the collaborative creation of contemporary art using the process of hand papermaking. Dieu Donné invites artists from all working practices to learn, create, and experiment in a new medium, and to reinvent traditional materials—creating a new visual language. Dieu Donné annually serves a community of 10,000 through Residency, Commission, Exhibition, and Education programs, as well as Studio Services.
For their 2017 Benefit, Dieu Donné is honoring the seminal multidisciplinary artist, Richard Tuttle at Pace Gallery. The Dieu Donné benefit is the most significant fundraising event for the nonprofit organization each year. The purchase of tickets and donated artwork helps sustain their residency programs, educational workshops, and artistic collaborations into the future. Dieu Donné has collaborated on groundbreaking projects with Tuttle since 1987, and his work has spoken volumes for the medium of handmade paper as vital and innovative.
Bid on original works of art, uniform in size at 6 x 9 inches and created on handmade paper, by 100 artists including Jon Kessler, Kiki Smith, Pat Steir, Martha Tuttle, Nari Ward, and B. Wurtz.
Artsy presents a selection of these works, with additional editions available for bidding and buy now at www.dieudonne.org. Bidding will close October 27th at 7:45pm ET.
To join Dieu Donné and Richard Tuttle on October 27th, click here. Works created by Richard Tuttle at Dieu Donne can be found here.