Printmaking Today - Autumn 2013 - Issue 87

Year 2013
Volume 22
Issue 87

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 22 Autumn 2013 Issue 87

Printmaker's Diary
Nan Mulder SSA reports from the Second Mezzotint Festival in Ekaterinburg, Russia


The Madness of Art
As A Humument approaches its half-century Tom Phillips CBE RA tells Nancy Campbell how his is taking this ground-breaking and influential bookwork into a new dimension

Lessons from History
New Zealand artist Marian Maguire works with layers of myth and history to explore her nation's complex past, writes Nan Mulder

A Pandora's Box of Possibilities
As a new exhibition of the work of Eduardo Paolozzi opens at Pallant House Jim Anderson RE remembers an artist who collaged the mood of the twentieth century

Peacock Eyes
As Peacock Visual Arts approaches a milestone anniversary, many of the works created in the studio go on show in Aberdeen, Michael Waight looks back to their beginnings

Artist's Eye
Carbon Dating
Liam Bromage Printmaking Today prize-winner at Bite 2012, explains how his work was inspired by a chance find of forgotten texts on a discarded typewriter ribbon

Artists' Books
Pack Up Your Troubles
Time to escape? Sarah Bodman turns travel agent with a whistle-stop tour recent artists' books on a topographic theme

CUTTINGS News, Previews and Exhibitions

Books Furnish a Room
Anik See looks beyond the classical facade of the Dutch museum affectionately known as 'the house of the book' to find a lively institution with a growing collection of contemporary works

Blood Bond
British artist Ralph Kiggell reports on his intrepid woodblock printing excursion to the Thai-Myanmar border with Jacqueline Gribbin

Conversation Starter
Sue Baker Kenton describes the evolution of a project that fosters collaborations between printmakers and other artist - and the participants share their stories

Final Cut
Can film be used to promote prints, and in doing so, explain the process? Leonie Bradley describes a significant project that charts current work by members of the Society of Wood Engravers

Irresistible Quest
Artist Mark Graver describes his tireless search for a worldwide acrylic hard resist, in collaboration with Gerald Ferstman

Thinking Big
Stephanie Trunbull, a collaborative printer a Print Market Project, Cardiff tells Printmaking Today how she mastered her greatest challenge yet with artist Clare Woods

Book Reviews