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One of Archie Granot's works: "Song of Songs IX" is reproduced in "500 Paper Objects", Lark Crafts, 2013. It is available on Amazon.

Current Shows
"As Subject and Object: Contemporary Book Artists Explore Sacred Hebrew Texts", Museum of Biblical Art, New York, USA

Two very nice reviews of the show appeared in The Jewish Daily Forward and in the Jewish Press

Recent Shows
"The Papercut Haggadah by Archie Granot"Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, St Louis. (2012)
"Piyyut", Bet Avi Chai, Jerusalem. (2011)
The Art of Matrimony: Thirty Splendid Marriage Contracts from The Jewish Theological Seminary Library, The Jewish Museum, New York.The Guild of American Papercutters National Museum, Phillip Dressler Center for the Arts, Somerset, PA.
"The Papercut Haggadah by Archie Granot", Loyola Museum of Art, Chicago.
"WRJ Calendars: Celebrating Art and Time," Union of Reform Judaism, New York.
"The Revival of Jewish Papercuts", Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv.
"Old Friends, New Work", The Elisabeth S. Fine Museum of Judaica at Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, California.
"Envisioning Maps", Hebrew Union College, New York, New York.

A preview of The Art of Matrimony exhibition at the Jewish Museum - see above.
A glowing review of the Loyola Museum of Art showing of "The Papercut Haggadah" appeared in the Chicago Tribune.

There was a popular response to "The Papercut Haggadah by Archie Granot" exhibit at Yeshiva University Museum, New York. The exhibition opening was on March 3, 2008 and the show, originally planned to come down in May 2008, was extended to August, 2008. See more on my Papercut Haggadah here and the full gallery here.

Granot's masterpiece is the subject of a extensive article, "A Cut Above, The Creation of The Archie Granot Haggadah" by Meir Persoff, Ph.D, that appears in the Spring/Summer 2009 edition of Emunah Magazine.

"Slice of Life" by Megan Jacobs appeared in the Art and Culture section, Jerusalem Post Magazine, April 3, 2008.

"An Abstract Haggadah" by Marissa Brostoff appeared in Forward, April 9, 2008. Both of the above mentioned articles were syndicated and appeared world wide.

"The Papercut Haggadah by Archie Granot" received pride of place in "Loosen Your Borscht Belt and Raise Your Highbrows", an article by Seth Kugel, that appeared under Jewish Arts, Weekend in New York, The New York Times, May 18, 2008.

"Making The Kindest Cut" by Rachel Neiman appeared in ISRAEL21c, an online newsletter about Israel beyond the politics and the headlines, August 14, 2008.

"Haggadah Papercuts" by David Corman appeared as a Google knol.

Karen Finch's review of the exhibit at Yeshiva University Museum appeared in Material Religion, The Journal of Objects, Art and Religion, Volume 4, Issue 3, November 2008. (online at:

Recent Work
"Beauty of Jerusalem, created in 2011, is an intricate papercut in 7 layers cut paper.

"3 Weeks in 2 Minutes" - a short video that shows an Archie Granot papercut in the making.
Another short video, in Russian, appeared on Israel's Russian TV channel.
A third video shows Archie Granot as he works on page 9 of his ongoing Papercut Megillat Esther commission.

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