Printmaking Today - Winter 2003 - Issue 48

Year 2003
Volume 12
Issue 48

(£6.50 inc. vat)

As a major show of Chinese prints opens at the British Library, David Barker traces the history of the Chinese woodcut
Vija Celmins' controlled space: David Cleaton-Roberts on this celebrated artist
Arturo Di Stefano, preparing for his latest London show, talk with Pryle Behrman
Monica Poole RE: Anne Desmet reflects on this outstanding wood engraver's work

Stop Press
Tributes to Stanley Jones as he retires after four decades the Curwen Press
Swedish artist, Lars Nybergm with the Printmaking Today prize at the 5th British International Minature Print Exhibition
3rd Impact International Printmaking Conference, Cape Town, reviewed
Tokyo's 48th annual Print Show profiled
Booming Brazil: gallery success story

Breaking new ground: Brenda Hartill RE's innovative approach to collagraphy
Ceramics and computer prints: Paul Scott talks to Tim Long about printing in 3d
Inkjet prints on artists' papers: Carinna Parraman investigates their longevity
Peaks and troughs: Rand Huesbsch makes ink-free embossments from metal plates

LETTERS news and views from readers
LISTINGS four pages of the latest print exhibitions and opportunities
WEBSIGHT reviews of print websites
BOOK REVIEWS ELizabeth Blackadder; Editions Alecto; and Non-Toxic Intaglio
ARTISTS' BOOKS Emma Hill reviews the latest Artists' Book Yearbook 2003-5
RESOURCES studios, services, contacts
SUBJECT MATTERS Mina Nouri form Iran on ropes, rocks and opposing forces