Printmaking Today - Winter 1998 - Issue 28

Year 1998
Volume 7
Issue 28

(£6.50 inc. vat)

2 Editorial
3 Rebecca Salter: Tuned to a white waveband Anne Desmet RE
5 Lazarov’s labyrinths Hilary Paynter RE
7 Swallowed by the city Annabelle Hartmann
8 Matthias Mansen: In perpetual motion Michael Sims
10 On your marks, get set, show! Jim Anderson RE
11 Hiroshige to Hamilton: Birmingham’s print collection Tessa Sidey
13 Matthew Tyson: Japanese influence Tessa Sidey
14 Splendid isolation David DuBose
15 Printing in public Hilary Paynter RE
16 Book reviews
17 Colorprint USA — making multiples
17 Rosemary Simmons — print pioneer Joe Winkelman PPRE
18 Exhibitions and opportunities
20 Celebrations of lithography at Tamarind Paul Croft
21 Productive print relationships, New York Deirdre Kelly
22 Scandinavia: safe print practices Friedhard Kiekeben
23 Printmaking at the RA Schools Siobhan O’Hanlon
24 Wood engraving in Britain’s art schools Kate Dicker
26 Moku Hanga: traditional Japanese woodcut April Vollmer
28 Materials for large format ink jet printing George Whale and Debbie Glynn
30 Techniques to trigger the mind Mary Louise Coulouris ARE
31 Setting the record straight Marion and Omri Behr
33 Comment: readers’ letters
35 Resources