Printmaking Today - Autumn 1999 - Issue 31
6 Spinning gold: the prints of Albert Irvin RA by Silvie Turner.
10 A visual storyteller. Mandy Conidaris on new South African printmaker Sthembiso Sibisi.
12 A silent partner. Debra M. Schwartz on the engravings of Leon Hicks.
8 Sobriety and sunshine. Dominic Thorburn surveys South African printmaking post-apartheid.
14 Information is power. Why artists books matter by Peter Dover and Michael Lumb.
30 Stencilling donkeys and books: a travelogue in print by Peter Allen.
17 Go, transfer and multiply. Monica Biagioli on the art of Canadian artist Julie Voyce.
4 STOP PRESS: international print news; first Printmaking Today
18 Enema pumps as printers’ tools. Student Award winner; the latest
Peter Jones on the Caversham print shows in London and New
Press, South Africa. York, plus — what is DPA99?
19 State Enterprise. Isabelle Oulton
investigates the Centre National de 21 LISTINGS: four pages of print
l’Estampe et de ‘Art Impnmè in exhibitions and opportunities.
24 RESOURCES: our essential guide.
20 Atlantic crossing. Magnus Irvin reports from Boston, USA. Into the light. Rosemary Simmons reviews photographic prints.
28 BOOK REVIEWS: Forty Years of Curwen Studios; Portrait of the Artist; plus Cathy Courtney’s Speaking of Book Art.
33 COMMENT: letters from readers.
26 Prints and poetry: in a new feature, Anne Desmet surveys a symbiotic relationship and new publications.
29 Cut and paste: a personal approach to collagraphs by Caroline Coode.
31 Water-based ceramic transfer prints. Kevin Petrie describes the findings of his current research.
34 In search of the Buena Vista. Pete Nevin uncovers the trail that led to his recent bookwork.