Printmaking Today - Autumn 2005 - Issue 55

Year 2005
Volume 14
Issue 55

(£6.50 inc. vat)

3 Editorial Guest opinion by Joseph Winkelman PPRE
4 Letters News and views from readers
5 Printmakers' diary Autumn print happenings

6 Collection The V & A has a new print room and new funds. Mike Sims spoke to the curatorial team
8 Artists Katsunori Haminishi's mezziotints have won him international accalim. Hely Norton reports
10 Artists Stephen Chambers' Venetian prints are both serene and unearthly. Interview by Pryle Behrman
12 International Sweden: a century of printmaking Dr Kristina Mezei looks back

14 News CWAJ print show in Tokyo, the London Artists' Book Fair and what's new at the IFPDA
18 Listings International exhibitions and opportunities

22 Carborundum Peter Wray describes his tried and tested and more experimental techniques
24 Debate Bob Hainstock offers a Canadian perspective on the originals versus reproductions question

26 Education Polystyrene prints in China's primary schools by Li Qingqing, Su Jianmin and Cai Lujiang
28 Workshops Ten Kenyan artists show their woodcuts during London's Africa 05. Many Bonnell RE reports

30 Book reviews Paula Rego Hon. RE, Giorgio Morandi and a new collagraphy handbook
31 Artists' books Emma Hill on a recent exhibition of contemporary European bookbinding in London
32 Resources Workshops, studios, services, contacts
34 Subject Matters Paul Thirkell RE explores multiple truths in multi-media