Printmaking Today - Spring 2011 - Issue 77

Year 2011
Volume 20
Issue 77

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 20 Spring 2011 Issue 77

Printmakings' Diary
Monia Petzal takes a busman's holiday

Isabel Rock's image of our vital, greedy natures engorging themselves - licking, drinking and excreting - are comic, rather than censorious, suggests Mike Sims

A lifetime in Print
Peter Reddick RWA RE 1924-2010 was a rare man: kindness and generosity personified and an outstanding modernist engraver, writes Simon Brett RE

Printing the Streets
Graffiti 'Street Art' is an immensely popular art form of the 21st century. Related prints from the V & A feature in a touring exhibition and new book by Rikka Kuittinen who explains the link between graffiti art and printmaking

Beauty and the Beast
Wuon Gean Ho, artist and vet, looks at how artists portray the animal world and how those depictions suggest the untamed savage lurking in us all

Artist's Eye
What Lies Beneath
Bella Easton describes her printed, site-specific installation in which the familiar takes on the heightened, uncanny quality of an urban mystery

Artists' Books
Station to Station
Follow-Ed is a touring exhibition of diverse yet related artists' books produced in tribute to American artist Ed Ruscha, Sarah Bodman reports

A Welcome Gift
Emma Mason interviews Dr Mark Golder who, with Brian Thompson, has assembled an impressive print collection as well as a purchasing fund print gifts for Pallant House Gallery

An Extra Dimension
Digital 3D Prints Paul Thirkell RE describes his research into print as object: the addition of a brand new dimension - the £D rapid prototype

The Apprentice
Stone Lithography Serena Smith, lithography tutot/technician and Soraya Smithson, Serena;s first ever apprentice at Leicester Print Workshop, domcument six months of working together on a new venture

Looking East from Belgium
Antwerp's Epreuve d'Artiste Gallery celebrates 20 years of promoting international printmaking, Artist Nan Mulder describes its unusual origins and its current concerns

Malaysian Mainstream
Richard Noyce on how printmaking is fast moving into the mainstream of Malaysian contemporary art, yet also reflects the country's rich cultural heritage

Anniversary Review
Rosemary Simmons Hon, RE founding, editor of Printmaking Today, looks back in the magazine's 20th birthday year at half of century of printmaking in the UK

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Book Reviews