Printmaking Today - Summer 2021 - Issue 118

Printmaking Today Volume 30 Issue 118 Summer Issue - June 2021

Cover Wall Object #1 (2019) Rosalind Lawless
Screenprint and soft pastel, collaged with laser cut on acrylic, 700 x 800 mm.   Photo: Alan Dimmick

Printmaker’s Diary
As galleries and museums burst into life again, artist and Print Studio Manager at Jealous, Adam Bridgland, relishes visiting some of the many shows around the country


A Constellation of Interests
Karen Kunc’s
vibrant woodcuts reveal multiple influences and why she ‘stubbornly’ prefers print ‘with all the baggage that can entail’. Ralph Kiggell explores


WARNING: Art Is Dangerous
Carlos Barberena de la Rocha’s
protest prints depict a restless world torn between the totalitarianism of the left and right, writes Chris Pig


View Finding
Nina Hanz
explores Kristina Chan’s vast and diverse landscapes to examine how we establish identity through storytelling and shared histories


Assembling Afresh
With a contemporary approach to collagraph, Sinclair Ashman describes some of the experimental processes he has developed in his work


His Dark Materials

Ian Andrews talks to Sarah Bodman about his collaboration with a particle physics group resulting in artists’ books exploring dark matter


Passing Down the Skills
Jason Hicklin RE
on the Printmaking Research Fellow post initiated by Norman Ackroyd CBE RA RE at the City & Guilds of London Art School


Research Materials
Saelan Twerdy
unpacks Étienne Tremblay-Tardif’s archival approach to print culture’s complex histories


Masked Impact
Kieran Owens Discovers several areas of concern as he examines some of the initial effects of Brexit on the printmaking community

History Repeating Itself
Simon Lawson
looks back to Alecto Editions for his grounding in à la poupée and forward with contemporary applications with Raqib Shaw and David Remfry

Frank Connelly

A Dream of Space and Light

Hetty Haxworth, Rosalind Lawless and Bronwen Sleighuse form and colour to evoke experience, writes Colin Greenslade, Director of the Royal Scottish Academy


Make Your Mark
Rosemary Simmons Hon RE
reports on the history of The Curwen Print Study Centre and,  subject to funding, its exciting plans for expansion

Mychael Barratt PPRE

Book Reviews






Anatomical Moulding

Using the ancient Chinese technique of takuhon, Daksha Patel created a body of contemporary work responding to her residency

Year 2021
Volume 30
Issue 118

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