Printmaking Today - Summer 2005 - Issue 54

Year 2005
Volume 14
Issue 54

(£6.50 inc. vat)

3 Editorial Guest opinion by Rosalind Stoddart
4 Letters News and views from readers
5 Printmakers' diary Summer print happenings

6 Artists Langlands & Bell's art focuses on the hidden forvces governing our lives, Pryle Behrman reports
8 Artist Mila Judge-Furstova's prints are an exuberant cascade of imgery and ideas, says Anne Desmet
10 Collection The remarkable print holdings at Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, UK, by Caroline Bacon
12 Artist Jacob Prins, Israel's printmaking grand master and collector in conversation with Mordechai Beck

14 News CELscotland, a new Irish print portfolio Frieze and a national plan for UK print workshops
18 Listings International exhibitions and opportunities

22 Rust prints Bob Hainstock explains his surprising and highly experimental corrosion techniques
24 Collotype This historic photo-mechanical process was the forerunner of giclee argues Paul Thirkell

26 Conservation Juliet Cook on conserving and displaying print porfolois at Tate Britain, London
28 International Catherine Macdonald describes the new printmaking scene in Wanganui, New Zealand
29 Workshop Chris Pig on setting up a studio in Spain, despite some unexpected complications

30 Book reviews A practical guide to collecting; Japanese postcard art; and printing inks examined
31 Artists' books Emma Hill pays Bookarbookshop a visit and reviews The Price of Admission
32 Resources Workshops, studios, serivces, contracts
34 Subject Matters Martin King depicts Australian 'dust with altitude'. Caroline Field reports