Printmaking Today - Spring 2013 - Issue 85

Year 2013
Volume 22
Issue 85

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 22 Spring 2013 Issue 85

Printmaker's Diary
Anne Desmet RA RE looks to the future

From the Shadows
Sydney Lee RE RWS (1866-1949)'s print retrospective has just opened at the Royal Academy of Arts. Robert Meyrick Hon. RE assesses Lee's legacy

Spaces In Between
Julia Farrer's exquisitely rendered geometric abstractions inhabit the dusky netherworld between light and dark. Nancy Campbell visits her in her London studio.

Death's Embrace
Wuon-Gean Ho goes to see Richard Harris' astonishing collection of images and artefacts recently on show in London's Wellcome Collection

Signs and Symbols
Artist teacher and Master Print Paul Croft RE TMP talks to Gini Wade about his retrospective at MOMA, Wales and how alphabets have influenced his work

The Creative Fight
Artist Norman Kaplan, in South Africa, talks to Jenny Morgan about racial and cultural politics of apartheid that informed a lifetime's work, much of it in exile

Artist's Eye
Thom O'Connor's atmospheric and haunting polymer prints won the Printmaking Today prize at the 8th British International Miniature Print Exhibition 2012 in London

Artists' Books
Seven-Year Plan
As Simon Goode prepared for the launch of the new London Centre for Book Arts, Sarah Bodman went to talk to him to find out more about it

CUTTINGS - News, Previews and Exhibition Listings

Faith in Fakes
Tate Print Room curator Julia Beaumont-Jones on Lichtenstein and the acquisition of Pop art by the Tate in an era when photomechanical prints first claimed their place as original fine art

Beyond the Lagoon
Artist Chris Pig samples Venice's legendary delights alongside its lesser known, quietly secluded, print studio - a hidden gem in its midst

Message to the West
Artists Merlyn Chesterman ARE and Rod Nelson travel to China and meet Lu Zhi Ping, organizer of the Shanghai International Printmaking Exhibition 2012: 'The Origin of the Dimension'

Unlocking Potential
Hilary Daltry RE, Head of Printmaking at Heatherley's, on this long established art school's illustrious luminaries and its current and planned print courses

Tilt To and Fro
Lenticular Prints following a recent London show of historic and contemporary lenticular works, Printmaking Today looks at this relatively new process and it beguiling effects

Polyester Back in Fashion
Sue Williams, Holly Drewett and Belinda Fitzwillams are printmakers, based in Berkshire, and they each champion the use of polyester lithographic plates

Print, Camera, Action
Collagraphy Brenda Hartill RE on her approach to this DIY, sculptural, print matrix and her decision to record a series of instructive films about it , on DVD, in her studio

Book Reviews