Printmaking Today - Summer 2014 - Issue 90

Year 2014
Volume 23
Issue 90

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 23 Summer 2014 Issue 90

Printmaker's Diary
Richard Noyce flies to Argentina and reports on the vibrant and cosmopolitan artistic life of its capital

An Artist of Our Time
Paul Coldwell visits a masterly exhibition in which everyday objects are transformed through the bold vision of Michael Craig-Martin RA

Threads of Meaning
Sumi Perera RE creates artist's books and prints of boundless energy, complexity and intelligence, Anne Desmet RA RE visited her in her studio

The Poetics of Space
Yael Brotman's work explore the human experience of architecture and geography, and how they influence our identity, writes Nancy Campbell

Perpetual Motion
Emma Hill considers the many inspirations behind the graphic work of Stephen Chambers RA, from Italian painting and the American Midwest to Moorish cuisine

Capital Venture
Sean Rorke gives an overview of the newest arrivals on the London printmaking scene

Artists' Books
A Stitch in Time
Sarah Bodman catches up with book artist Candace Hicks as she returns to printmaking after intensive work on hand-sewn books

Cuttings - News and Previews

Nancy Campbell takes a tour of Penguin HQ and sees the contemporary prints that are inspiring the designers of the world's best- loved books

The Myth Factory
Victoria Browne on a dynamic project that enabled young people in London inspired by the work of Andy Warhol

Lords of Lino
Over the last decade Gini Wade has introduced a range of printmaking techniques at La Academia de Arte y Cultura Maya in Guatemala, leading to more economic and creative freedom for local artists

Etching with E-waste
Francisco Hernandez-Chavarria and Jose Pablo Carvajal examine how electronic waste can be used for a revival of etching

Under the Microscope
Residency Beatrice Haines' residency at the University of Abertay, Dundee allowed her to find common ground between forensic science and printmaking

Two Plates for a Single Print
Peter Freeth RA share his unique aquatint process, the result of years of experimentation, with Jane Stobart RE

The Famous Fice
Collaboration Pine Feroda on the genesis of a new collaborative woodblock print and the compromises and considerations that led to its success

Seeing the Wood for the Trees
Ralph Kiggell looks at printmakers who demonstrate their empathy with the natural world by making wood their subject matter as their medium

Book Reviews