Printmaking Today - Autumn 2009 - Issue 71



Year 2009
Volume 18
Issue 71

£6.50
(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 18 2009 Autumn Issue 71



PROFILES
Artist Chris Ofili has made a new print suite at Crown Point PRess, San Francisco. Director Kathan Brown describes his waterfall theem and fluid creative process

Artist Mark Hearld's evocative rural imagery featured to great acclaim at Curwen Studio's recent Tate Britain exhibition.Kate Ravilious seeks him out in York

Artists' Books Sarah Bodman on the books of Russian artist Dmitry Sayenko

Artist's Eye Darren Bryant's minature prints, already well known in his native Australia, recently won a Printmaking Today prize. Jan Davis looks at his work

COLLECTING

Exhibitions John Thompson on the legacy of Bradford's famous print biennales

HISTORY

International Iran's printmaking dates back to the 12th century. Samila Amir-Ebrahimi looks at this legacy and at how Iranian printmaking is faring today

PRACTICAL
Artists Society Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers by Anthony Dyson RE

Exhibition Kausar Nigita on a Parisian take on the Mexicsn 'Day of the Dead'

TECHNICAL
Etching Wuon Gean Ho on Andrew Baldwin's sugar and coffee aquatint recipes

Ethching Alfons Bytautus puts Nik Smenenoff's latest cupric chloride etching solutions into practice at Edinburgh Printmakers and assesses their effeicacy

REGULARS

Letters
Printmakers' Diary Lee Turner at Newcastle's Northern Print Biennale
Cuttings
Listings
Opportunities
Resources
Books Reviews