Printmaking Today - Summer 2009 - Issue 70

Year 2009
Volume 18
Issue 70

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Volume 18 Summer 2009 Issue 70


6 Artist Bernard Cohen reflects on six decades of printmaking as his latest London show at Flowers opens and a new book is launched
8 Artist Andrew Raftery's Open House series of copper engravings takes an ironic look at the American bourgeoisie say Mary Bergstein
10 Artist Angla Lewin RE's lyrical, botanically inspired images evoke a golden age of British printmaking says Nancy Campbell
12 Artists' Books Sarah Bodman on how the Internet can benefit book artists
22 Print Dealer Emma Mason has flourishing business and gallery promoting some of Britain's most distinguished printmakers.
24 Etching Nik Semenoff on his latest experiments in copper sulphate etching techniques that arose from studies of the circuit board industry
26 Artists' Society Shelia Sloss and Stephen Mumberson on the the history, success, ethos and values of the UK's thriving Printmakers Council
28 Conference IMPACT international printmaking conference in Bristol, UK
29 Artist's Residency Margaret Ashman ARE at China's Guanlan Print Centre

4 Letters
5 Printmakers Diary Berlin print happenings
14 Cuttings Hodgkin's giant prints; Greenwich Printmakers at 30; Glasgow's new move; Philagrafkia Festival; Curwen tribute show; Falmouth Summer School
18 Listings National and international exhibitons, previews, art fairs & auctions
31 Resources Workshops, studios, services, contacts
34 Book Reviews New Publications on prints and printmaking