Printmaking Today - Summer 2013 - Issue 86

Year 2013
Volume 22
Issue 86

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 22 Summer 2013 Issue 86

Printmakers' Diary
Meryl Ainslie and Rabley Drawing Centre artists travel the globe

This Grip on the World
As an exhibition of wood engravings by Simon Brett RE SWE opens at the Bankside Gallery, the novelist Sue Gee considers his distinguished career

Troublemaking Script
As Xu Bing is celebrated at the Ashmolean Museum, Nancy Campbell explores the connections between language and image in his work

Layer and Meaning
Paul Coldwell in conversation with Ian Brown to mark the opening of a major solo exhibition at the University of Kent

Playing the Game
Anne Desmet RA RE, in her first years as a selector for the Royal Academy's famous Annual Summer Exhibition, gives a behind-the-scenes account of the process

The Lives of Others
Maria Bowers won the Printmaking Today prize at the RE Open exhibition last year

Eyes on the Prize
The Sheffield International Artist's Book Prize is an excellent platform for book artists to gain recognition and connect with collectors, writes Sarah Bodman

CUTTINGS News, Previews, Exhibition Listings and Opportunities

American Beauty
Alexander Adams explores the print collection at the Yale Center for British Art

Future Perfect
Digital/cnc Annis Fitzhugh reveals the results of digital technologies and new media at Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio

Chromatic Scale
Derek Beasant considers the benefits of advances of digital print technologies for public art

If All the World Were Paper
Street Artist Stik describes a project that mixes magazines and multiples to raise funds for charity

Deep Reflections
Judy Mackin describes how she and Mark Macklin combines art and science to chart the world's watery realms

Marked with Distinction
Marianne Ferm ARE explores the potential of 'A' level Printmaking to establish teenage talent

Book Reviews