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Beatrice Coron
New York, NY


Beatrice  Coron   is an Artist Member of The Center for Book Arts.


BEATRICE CORON uses the cut-out approach in her artistís books and sculptures. You can see more of her creative world on www.beatricecoron.com

www.beatricecoron.com

Beatrice  Coron's work was exhibited in
Narrative Sequences
 Organized by Maddy Rosenberg, Artist
ElectriCity
(2008) Cut Tyvek
ElectriCity
(2008) Cut Tyvek
Black/White [and Read]
 Organized by Gloria Helfgott, Artist and Independent Curator
Artists Statements
(2006) Cut paper and inkjet prints on Arches, accordian binding
Fleurs d'Insomnie
(2006) Cut Arches paper
Mutilated/Cultivated Environments
 Artist Members Annual Exhibition, organized by Carol Barton, Artist and Alexander Campos, CBA Executive Director.
San Cristobal de las Casas
(2005) Cut Arches paper
Celebrating Artist Members: 30th Anniversary Members Exhibition
 Organized by Roni Gross, Artist.
Life by the book
(2005) Photocopy on metallic paper
30 Years of Innovation: A Survey of Exhibition History at The Center for Book Arts, 1974-2004
 Organized by Jae Jennifer Rossman, Special Collections Librarian, Arts Library, Yale University.
L'horlage
(2001) Inkjet, pochoir, modified accordian binding, clock sculpture
2004 Artist Member Juried Exhibition
 juried by Mindell Dubansky & Milan Hughston
Concepts & Perceptionns
(2003) Stainless steel
Spelling Spider, The
(2003) Cut-out Tyvek
2003 Instructors' Exhibition
Impatient Patient, The
(2003) Inkjet print, papercutting; handmade paper
La Cigarette
(2003) Papercutting; handmade paper; accordion binding
Textiles/Fibers/Threads: The Book Show
Teaser Book 2
Mixed media
Fall Forward
 an exhibition featuring current faculty
In Libro Veritas
(1997) Transparent polyester. Acrylic cover with papercutting.
Paper Flower Poems
(1997) Japanese and Xerox paper
Paper, Art & the Book
 an exhibition of the innovative ways artists utilize paper to express ideas conveyed in books and broadsides
36 Views of the Empire State Building
(1996) Linseed oiled paper & vellum collage; accordion binding

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