Printmaking Today - Summer 2011 - Issue 78

Year 2011
Volume 20
Issue 78

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 20 Summer 2011 Issue 78

Printmakers' Diary
John Phillips of londonprintstudio

Cultural Embrace
Basil Hall is an intrepid printmaker working with Australia's Aboriginal people. As Australian print shows open in London, Hall talks with Mike Sims

Passing Through
Celia Paul's subtle portrait etchings suggest the fragile and ephemeral nature of human life writes printer, Mark Balakjian of Studio Prints, London

Jealous Guise
Jealous is an ambitious new London business attracting interest from artists and collectors alike. One of its founders, Adam Bridgeland, talks with Printmaking Today

Serious Play
Glynn Boyd Harte was a consummate craftsman whose vast oeuvre of lithographs, books and watercolours were full of quirky originality, says Ian Beck

Artist's Eye
Sky Writing Sandra Wimer's childhood spent among the great plains of America, with its dramatic and ever changing skies, has had a lasting impact on her work, she says

Artists' Books
Future Fantasteek!
Jackie Batey is celebrating the tenth issue of her artist's zine series with a touring show in Europe and the USA writes Sarah Bodman

CUTTINGS News, Previews and Exhibition Listings

Dresden's Print Story
Museum Alexander Adams visits Germany's Dresdner Kupferstcih-Kabinett, a distinguished 450-year-old collection, and consider the dramatic effects of war on its holding

Artists Collect
This spring, the International Print Center New York, exhibited works from collections of four major artists. Curator Harper Montgomery explains how the prints an artist owns illuminate their own art

Print Studios Artist Janet Curley Cannon talks with a group of fellow printmakers about setting up their own printmaking studios - to fulfil both their creative needs, and, in some cases, to provide a community resource

Brave New Albion
Press Engineers After years of careful preparation, Rochat has launched a new Albion relief printing press - the first to made for over 100 years. Artist Nick Morley goes to Barnet to test it out

Burnt by the Spanish Sun
Workshop Maureen Booth describers the particularly tempting delights on offer at her print workshops in Granada, home of the Alhambra

What Future for Print?
Education Jayne West summarizes the report from the Curwen Print Study Centre Symposium: The Future of Manual Printmaking in the UK

Built to last
Cardboard Drypoint Jenny Robinson ARE describes her personal approach to the creation of cardboard drypoint plates on a monumental scale

Dancing in the Streets
Vinyl Art Friedhard Kiekeben describes his enormous printed installations that curve and bend around walls and pillars with the capacity to become city landmarks

Book Reviews