Printmaking Today - Spring 2014 - Issue 89

Year 2014
Volume 23
Issue 89

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 23 Spring 2014 Issue 89

Printmaker's Diary
Mychael Barratt PRE reflects on a busy year of exhibitions by selecting his 'Desert Island Prints'


An Artist's Progress
On the eve of a retrospective of David Hockney's graphic work at Dulwich Gallery, Gilla Saunders considers his important contribution to printmaking

Nordic Invention
Artist Ornulf Opdahl talks to Tamar Yoseloff about the techniques he uses to interpret the wild weather and fugitive light of the Norwegian coastal landscape

Time, Space and the Body
Eireann Lorsung considers the viewer's role in the work of Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakaniski

Spirit of the Forest
Simon Brett RE considers the work of Ruth Burgess, whose representation of the light and shadow of the Australian landscape reveal both western and eastern influences

Modern Nature
Emma Hill considers a major exhibition on the contribution made by British art to our understanding of the natural world

Artist's Eye
Sandra Crisp, Printmaking Today Prize Winner at the Print International, Wrexham, reveals how a course in digital imaging transformed her work

Artist's Books
Readers and Dreamers
Mario Azevedo's robust printmaking and love of visual typography produces works that create new conversations, writes Sarah Bodman

Cuttings - News and Previews

Strength in Numbers
International auction expert Romina Provenzi offers as swift survey of recent sales from the international salerooms, and demonstrates that contemporary fine prints are increasingly sought after

Sarah Dudley spills the beans on Keystone Editions experiments with some unusual materials, including perfume, snails and sparklers

Metal Skies and Brick Pigments
Hilary Powell transforms the banal 'base' metals and discarded building materials of everyday environments into new constructions using print and pop-up

New Generation
Sean Rorke considers the rise in open assess print workshops in the UK and Ireland, and takes a look at some of the most recently established enterprises


Cottage Industry
Caroline Beck visits Bewick's Northumbrian birthplace to see how a volunteer programme run by the National Trust at Cherryburn is continuing his legacy

Book Reviews