Printmaking Today - Summer 2002 - Issue 42

Year 2002
Volume 11
Issue 42

(£6.50 inc. vat)

4 Pick and mix. Pryle Behrman on Richard Hamilton, print pioneer and polymath
6 A rich terrain. Michael Tucker looks at Norway’s flourishing graphic art tradition
8 Pastoral Paradise. Anne Desmet on the late Richard Fozard — pastoral ruralist

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15 Anthony Benjamin RE: in memoriam
16 Europ’Art disappoints in Paris
17 Flowers East moves to pastures new
18 Tamarind unites former Yugoslav artists
19 Print Affairs Hamburg: advance preview
20 Artichoke Print Workshop: 10 years old

24 The Ropewalk: new print workshop. Gainsborough’s House Summer Schools
25 Gondolas & graphic art — Venice Summer School by Mike Taylor
26 Spanish Summer School — Peter Jones reports from Miro’s house & workshop’
27 David Fortune’s user-friendly exposure unit & water-based screenprint system
28 Galv-etching without electricity: Cedric Green’s latest discoveries
29 No cuts needed: indented wood prints by Anne Desmet RE & Jim Anderson RE
30 Diversity in digital print. George Whale & Naren Barfield bring you up to speed

10 LISTINGS: five pages of the latest print exhibitions and opportunities
21 BOOK REVIEWS: woodblock printmaking manual from Finland; a new handbook on the latest in digital art; and Edvard Munch: The Complete Graphic Works
22 ARTISTS’ BOOKS: Cooking the Books: Emma Hill on Ron King and his Circle Press at Yale Center for British Art, USA
23 COMMENT: Readers’ letters
32 RESOURCES: our essential guide to print services, workshops and studios
33 WEBSIGHT: art website reviews
34 SUBJECT MATTERS: Megan Fishpool’s textual/musical compositions