Printmaking Today - Autumn 2019 Issue 111

Cover Boil (2018) Chika Osaka, Lithograph, 305 x 215 mm. Edition of 24
Winner of the Jerwood Printmaking Today Prize at the London Original Print Fair 2019



Year 2019
Volume 28
Issue 111

PROFILES

Scene Stealer - Chiko Nara, Director of Hanga Ten Gallery, introduces the soliloquies and lithographs of Chika Osaka, winner of the Jerwood Printmaking Today Prize at the London Original Print Fair

Fragmented Impressions -  Mustafa Sidki's multi-disciplinary prints build up layers of memories from a strict Muslim upbringing. Partner and fellow printmaker, Jane Stobart RE finds out more

#WIP  - Monumental  Delicacy - The detailed on-location sketches and developed studies of Jackie Newell RE demonstrate the importance of drawing in her practice

Everything and Again (Again and Again)  Writer and curator Matthew Reeves persuades Adam Bridgland to stand still long enough to discuss his playful portrayals of peculiarly British sentiments


FEATURES 

Education - Thinking Through Making With many years of teaching experience, Chris Orr OBE RA states the case for printmaking in schools and expresses his frustration in the lack of funding

Professional Practice - Prolific and popular printmaker Anita Klein PPRE provides invaluable advice for artists starting to work with galleries

Collective - Ties of Love - Hong Kong-based artist collective Printhow exchange radical ideas through print. Chan Sai-lok reports on their collaboration with migrant domestic workers

Book Review - The Life and Art of Clifford - Simon Brett - reviewed by Neil Bousfield RE


REGULARS

Cuttings

Artists' Books

My Printing Day

Bookshelf

In Conversation