Printmaking Today - Summer 2007 - Issue 62

Year 2007
Volume 16
Issue 62

(£6.50 inc. vat)

6 Artist Sir Peter Blake is a key figure in modern art. Megan Fishpool ARE interviews him ahead of his major retrospective at Tate Liverpool
8 Profile William Kentridge's diverse prints deftly combine political radicalism and bravura technical innovation, argues Pryle Behrman
10 Studio Advanced Graphics London is celebrating its 40th birthday, Anthony Dyson RE talks to its directors about creative artist-printer collaboration
12 Artist Martin Langford RE creates darkly comic, labyrinthine worlds, Mychael Barrret RE interviews him about his work
14 Artists' books Emma Hill on the business of selling artists' books
15 Artist's eye Jenny Robinson, Printmaking Today prizewinner, creates large scale prints that celebrate the grittier, undervalued attractions of urban life
16 International 19th century Italian printmaking, as shown recently at the British Museum, developed despite turbulent political upheaval, writes Anne Desmet
24 Sceenprinting Graphie printing is low-tech and effective says Kevin McGarry
26 Collecting Rosemary Simmons on understanding the print market
29 Education Finaly Taylor, new head of printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts, London is a rebel with a cause. Richard Clarke explains
31 Workshop Oliver West's well equipped studio on wheels tours Cornwall

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