Printmaking Today - Winter 2005 - Issue 56

Year 2005
Volume 14
Issue 56

(£6.50 inc. vat)

3 Editorial Guest opinion by Anna Wilkinson
4 Letters News and views from readers
5 Printmakers's diary Autumn print happenings

6 Gallery Alan Cristea Gallery celebrated its first decade this year. Mike Sims interviews its owner
8 Artist Rene Derouin's prints explore Canada's fearsome landscape. Derek Besant reports
10 Artist Rigby Grahm's new suite revices Pennant's famous tourof Wales, wrties Robert Meyrick
12 Collection The Tate ownes world-class print suites. How should they be shown, asks Juliet Cook

14 News Impact review, Patrick Caulfield, the Zoo Portfolio, print shows in London and New York
18 Listings International exhibitions and opportunities

22 Carborundum Peter Wray describes how he creates, ink and prints his carborundum plats
24 Debate Professr Paul Coldwell considers the current status of print and its place in education

26 Commissioning Angela Harding on sourcing three thousand artworks for the crusie ship Arcadia
28 Workshop Brian Lalor on Graphic Studio Dublin's fight to keep premises it has occcupied since 1980

30 Book reviews Contemporary Chinese printmaking, the digital art studio and Kenneth Tyler's Tate gift
31 Artists' books Emma Hill on mail art publication and an abstract interpretation of Christ's Passion
32 Resources Workshops, studios, services, contacts
34 Subject Matters For Francisco Souto the creative act charts the artist's different states of being