Printmaking Today - Winter 1999 - Issue 32
6 Archetypes and tarot cards. Figuring out Mimmo Paladino by Jim Anderson.
8 A view of the sea. Richard Carr on Canadian artist John Neville.
9 Butterfly eyes. Glenn Alteen on Denise Carson Wilde.
27 The final cut — a painter’s prints. Anne Desmet on Graham Dean.
32 An Albion in France. Chris Holladay moves a press for James Burr.
10 Cutting the ice. Independence and the art of the Inuit by Richard Carr.
12 Granville Island, Canada: Lisa MacLean on a print haven.
13 The Atlantic board: Bob Hainstock reports.
26 East North East. Alan Sykes reviews an Anglo-Japanese exchange.
28 Grained glass. A new approach to solar plate printing by Pauline Muir.
30 Built to last? Annabelle Ruston and Debbie Glynn investigate the light-fastness of digital prints.
34 Prizewinner Carole Hensher on the discreet charm of millinery.
4 STOP PRESS: of bigger buildings and smaller artworks...
LISTINGS: four pages of print exhibitions and opportunities.
14 Apocalypse now? Jim Anderson surveys artists’ millennial visions.
25 RESOURCES: our essential guide.
16 Interpreting revelation. Natalie d’Arbeloff on the making of her artist's book.
33 COMMENT: letters from readers.
17 Prawat Laucharoen and print as performance art, by Jim Sheehy.
18 Go west! Margaret Sheaff on Bath Artist Printmakers.
19 Manhattan transfer. Diane Miller reports on MGC, New York.
20 Grafisk Eksperimentarium. Henrik Bøegh’s Danish studio.