Printmaking Today - Autumn 2008 - Issue 67

Year 2008
Volume 17
Issue 67

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 17 Autumn 2008 Issue

Printmaker's Diary

Wilhelimina Barns-Graham enjoyed a fruitful collaborative relationship with printmaker Carol Robertson. Ann V Gunn looks at the prints they created

Christiane Baumgartner's vast woodcuts conjure an atmosphere of impersonal CCTV surveillance. Jeremy Lewison considers their impact

Alasdair Gray, author of ' Lanark' and other celebrated books, has been at Glasgow print studio making text elated prints. Nancy Campbell investigates

Cecil Collins was born 100 years ago this year. As various exhibitions and events open to mark this centenary, Jim Anderson RE reflects on his work

Artists;' Books
Sarah Bodman flags up the pick of this autumn's book events

Artist's Eye
Jenny Martin, Printmaking Today prizewinner, on 'Macro-man' pants

Auctions Robert Kennan, Head of Bonhams Print Dept, demystifies the exciting if sometimes intimidating business of buying prints at auction. Mike Sims reports

Education Chris Orr RA RE, ten years' Professor of Printmaking at London's RCA, talks with Anne Desmet about his achievements there and his new plans

Education Artists Sumi Perera on Books Arts in Beijing and China's art scene

Museum Barcelona's Picasso Museum has fine linocuts reports Anne Desmet

Books Reviews