Printmaking Today - Autumn 2004 - Issue 51

Year 2004
Volume 13
Issue 51

(£6.50 inc. vat)

3 Editorial Guest opinion by Chris Orr RA RE
4 Letters News and views from readers
5 Printmakers' diary Autumn print news

6 Artist Agathe Sorel RE's prints reviewed by Tessa Sidley, ahead of her UK retrospective exhibition
8 Artist Lars Nyberg's vision is stark yer delicate. Karl Haskel reflects on his work in drypoint

10 Heroes and villains Jim Anderson RE on artists' interpretations of the good guys and the bad

13 News Print Opnes under scrutiny; print fairs in the UK, Europe and USA; Gainsborough's House grant
16 Listings Print exhibitions and opportunities in the UK and from around the world

20 Equipment Graham Smith on converting a mangle into a servicable printing press
22 Public art Hilary Paynter RE's Bewick commission for the Newcastle Tyne Metro network

24 Collecting Robert Meyrick explains the buzz of collecting artists' prints on
26 Education Fan Min, Deputy Professor at the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, on teaching final year students
28 Performance art John Graham on Atmospherics a collaborative project combining music and print
29 Professional skills Penny Hamblin and Renate Moritz of Six-of-One on organising a show

30 Book reviews Fred Williams, Robert Motherwell, The Instant Printmaker, plus book just in
31 Artists' books Emma Hill Talks to Neil Crawford about his outstanding international collection
32 Resources Worksops, studios, services, contacts
34 Subject Matters Brazillan artist Debora Ando in conversation with Steffan Jones-Hughes