Printmaking Today - Summer 2016 - Issue 98

Year 2016
Volume 25
Issue 98

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 25 Summer 2016 Issue 98

Printmaker's Diary
Valerie Byrne, Director of Cork Printmakers, looks back to the past and forward to the future

A Changing World
Nancy Campbell looks at the prints made by Bill Jacklin RA over the last 50 years, which show a dynamic tension between abstraction and representation

A Means of Exchange
Emily Floyd's subversive geometries are rich in references from shepherds of Sumeria to De Stijl toymakers. Annis Fitzhugh explores the ancient shapes and modern ideologies in her recent work

Fire in the Hole
One Alberta artist considers another's response to our changing environment: Derek Michael Besant delvers into the apocalyptic landscapes of Sean Caulfield

Windows on the Soul
Nan Mulder considers the work of two New Zealand artists, Kim Lowe and Simon Kann, for whom printmaking provides a connection with their diverse ancestors

Artist's Eye
Eternal Return
Paul Thirkell RE reveals the inspiration behind a series of vibrantly colourful and complex archival inkjet prints

A Variety of Voices
As preparation for North-East England's International Print Biennale gets underway, Anna Wilkinson, director of Northern Print, asked curators, artists and educators for their perspectives on print

The Field of Distribution
Victoria Browne speaks to Nancy Campbell about KALEID editions, an initiative that represents books by Europe-based artists at art book fairs and through advocacy with museums special collections

Artist's Books
Turning the Pages
Sarah Bodman talks to Jules Allen, founder of turn the page, and discovers the secrets of the success of this unique artists' book festival in the heart of Norwich

CUTTINGS News, Previews, Exhibition Listings and Opportunities

Making Money
Joseph Winkelman PPRE Hon RWS visits the Bank of England to discover the security feature hidden in our colourful currency, and the role of printmakers in the design and production of modern money

The Age of Enlightenment
Leonie Bradley reports on a project with Hilary Paynter PPRE that created fresh intergenerational dialogue and wealth of wood engravings on the theme of age


Pioneer of Print
Ralph Kiggell visits Chiang Mai Art on Paper, an enterprise founded by Kitikong Tilokwattanotai which is raising the profile of Thai printmaking

Rich History
Nancy Campbell visits Rembrandt's former home in the heart of the Dutch capital, to learn about the style in which the master printmaker lived and worked

Summer Loving
Romina Provenzi reports on how artists prints are attracting the attention of dealers and collectors in the international salerooms

Book Reviews