Printmaking Today - Spring 2008 - Issue 65

Year 2008
Volume 17
Issue 65

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 17 Spring 2008 Issue 65

Bruce McLean talks with Richard Clarke about the roller-coaster ride of publishing and marketing his artists' books

A new exhibition at London's V & A Museum features artists' works about maps and plans. Susan Aldworth talks with its curator, Gill Saunders

Katie Clemson RE's death is a huge loss to the world of printmaking. Art historian Sasha Grishin reflects on her work in Australia and Britain

Paul Catherall's architectural linocuts follow in a great tradition of classic British poster art. Design historian Claire Barry follows his rapid rise to success

Artists' Books Emma Hill looks at three important London museum exhibitions of artists' books by blue-chip artists including Picasso and Matisse

Artist's Eye Milan Milojevic explores the terrain between reality and imagination. Marguerite Brown looks at how migration to Tasmanian influenced his work

Purchase scheme Publicly funded interest-free loans are widely available and help make art purchases more affordable writes Mike Sims

Workshop The rapid rise of the David Krut Print Workshop, Johannesburg, points to a bright future for South African art reports Brownwyn Law-Viljoen

Photogravure Norwegian export Jan Pettersson on this 200 year-old process

Printmakers' Diary
Books Reviews