Printmaking Today - Autumn 2015 - Issue 95

Year 2015
Volume 24
Issue 95

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 24 Autumn 2015 Issue 95

Printmaker's Diary
The cosmos is the inspiration for a collaboration between artists and astronomers writes David Faithfull

Going Global
Nancy Campbell looks at the evocative work of Finnish artist Kristian Korkfors who takes a bold leap into a new medium this autumn

Worlds upon Worlds
Jim Anderson RE explores the evolution behind the multi-layered wood engravings and collages of Anne Desmet RA RE

The Eleventh Hour
This autumn the Alan Cristea Gallery presents an exhibition of works by Cornelia Parker RA dedicated to print. The artist talks to Eleanor Havsteen- Franklin about her collaboration with Pete Kowowicz at Thumbprint Editions

Artist's Eye

Chance and Choice
Peter Ford RE, winner of the Printmaking Today prize at the Bankside Annual exhibition this summer, reveals the inspiration behind his prizewinning print, Connector

Jury Duty
Richard Noyce asks what is the future for print competitions in art world short on funding

Artists Books
Books with all the trimmings
Ahead of the Oxford Fine Press Book Fair in November Sarah Bodman talks to Christine Tacq and discovers what will be on show on her stand

Patrons and Prizes
Derek Besant on innovative approaches to funding the spectacular recent additions to The Portland Art Museums' print collection

CUTTINGS News, Previews and Exhibitions

Rural Masterclass
Ralph Kiggell visits the Curwen Print Study Centre to discover how they are preserving and developing the legacy of the Curwen Press in Cambridgeshire

Fingers on Fire
Printmaking Today learns about the excitement and challenges behind the creation of The Spike Island Tapes, Richard Long's largest prints to date

Studio Stories
Jane Stobart looks at the history of the Printmakers Council, an arts organization that has tirelessly promoted printmaking and printmakers for 50 years since 1965

Repeat after me
Theo Damsteegt shares his experiments in the evolving field of shift-printing, in which incremental adjustments can achieve wonderful results

Twinned Histories
Anik See catches up with Monica Petzal to discover the stories behind her exhibitions in Dresden and Coventry this year

Books Reviews