Printmaking Today - Autumn 2016 - Issue 99

Year 2016
Volume 25
Issue 99

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 25 Issue 3 Autumn Issue 99

Printmaker's Diary
Leonie Bradely spends the summer seeking out prints at home and abroad

Space and Time
Abstract data and complex financial figures are brought to life in Fanbio Lattanzi Antionori's multimedia installations, which use printed material to communicate surprising information in surprising ways, writes Wuon-Gean Ho

Ancient and Modern
Artist CLive Hicks-Jenkins and printmaker Dann Bugg have joined forces to create a startling 21st -century interpretation of a medieval verse masterpiece. James Russell investigates

The World on Your Doorstep
Anik See spoke to Volkhardt Muller, a multi-disciplinary artist who has worked with materials as varied as video, drawing and concrete, about how print has influenced his work

Artist's Eye
Nancy Campbell spoke to Sue Ridge whose Aphasia Wallpaper won the Printmaking Today Prize at the international neo:printprize biennial


Sweet Success
Woodengraver Andy English recalls a commission to design postage stamps, which started with a book plate...

State of the art
Shadows and Sightings
State of the art Introducing the talented winners of Printmaking Today's student competition: Maria Quintin, who has just finished her first year studying drawing and print at UWE Bristol, and Hannamari Jalovaara who is pursuing a MAA at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada


Power of Print
Theresa Easton describes the motivation behind the recent establishment of Artists' Union England, and finds that printmaking can play a role in social activism

Artists' Books

Artist Stephen Fowler, author of a new book on rubber stamp printing, speaks to Sarah Bodman about this universal, portable process

CUTTINGS News, Previews, Exhibition Listings and Opportunities

Tapping the Third Dimension
Linda Jules reports on recent boundary-breaking discussions of three-dimensional prints in the US and Europe

Kathy Boyle's bold and inventive use of plaster pushes the boundaries of printmaking - but there's even more experimentation to come, writes Nan Mulder

Chicago Types
Last year David Armes, proprietor of Red Plate Press, made an epic journey across the United States visiting letterpress printers, printmakers and artists. He tells Printmaking Today about the fortnight he spent in and around Chicago

Red Dust and White Ants
Claire Bolton explains how she and her husband David Bolton discovered - and began restoring - an abandoned printshop in a Benedictine monastery in Western Australia

A Temple to Knowledge
Alexander Adams discovers a fine collection of prints, as well as books and other delights, within the grand halls of New York Public Library

Seasonal Windfalls
Romina Provenzi reports of the artists' prints that are attracting attention of dealers and collectors in the international salerooms

Books Reviews