Printmaking Today - Spring 2005 - Issue 53

Year 2005
Volume 14
Issue 53

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Editorial Guest opinion by Gordon Cooke, Fine Art Society
Letters News and views from readers
Printmakers' diary Spring print happenings
Artist Alan Davie's prints combine paiterly largesse and graphic incisivenes says Michael Tucker
Artist Louise Bourgeois's prints merit a higher profile in the UK. Frankie Rossi reports
International Belgium's Centre de la Gravure et de l'image imprimee investigated by Peter Conliffe
Artist Guy Langevin's mezzotints evoke the human form in poetic motion wrties Anne Desmet
News Droit de Suite, East London Printmakers and London Original Print Fair 2005 reader offer
Listings International exhibitions and opportunities
Carborundum Artist Hughie O'Donoghue expalins his approach to Richard Clarke
Etching Eva Figueras Ferrer looks at three centures of chemical etching without acids
Printer-publisher Ken Tyler's Tate Masterclass gave insights into art and commercie says Mike Sims
Disability Gill Wright on Digitaglio, which uses new technologies to take the labour out of printing
Residencies Rebecca Salter on peace and islotation at The Josef and Anne Albers Foundation, USA
Book reviews Latest publications on printmaking
Artists' books The North Pole by Kathan Brown
Resources Workshops, studios, services, contracts
Subject Matters Chinese artist Hung Liu talks to Cynthia Barbour about he new Tamarind lithos