Printmaking Today - Winter 2010 - Issue 76

Year 2010
Volume 19
Issue 76

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 19 Winter 2010 Issue 76

Printmakers' Diary
Rebecca Morrill reports from the thriving North

Nowwhere land
Morgan Doyle ARE talks to Megan Fishpool RE about his prize-winning prints including some monumental woodcuts that caught Printmaking Today's eye this year

Good vibrations
Terry Frost (1915 - 2003 ) was renowned as a fine artist-printer: Dominic Kemp author of the new catalogue raisonne of his prints, looks at his prolific output

Harsh realities
Belkis Ramirez's printed installations highlight the seamier side of life, especially women's experiences in her Caribbean island homeland, writes Alexia Tala

The nature of existence
Leonard Baskin's bold prints and sculptures confront mortality and human nature. As a major body of his prints is acquired by Oxford's Bodlieian collection, Jim Anderson RE talks with Baskin's widow, Lisa

Water under the bridge
Giske Sigmundstad makes subtly understated etchings that evoke a cinematically intimate mood, writes fellow-Oslo based critic and historian Line Ulekleiv

Artist's Eye
On site observations
Margaret Sellars on what draws her to create atmospheric images of heavy industry and why etching is her medium of choice

Artists' Books
A bridge to Bagdad
Sarah Bodman describes one US-based bookseller has proved an inspiration to Iraqi artists and to the global artists' book community

CUTTINGS News, Previews and Exhibition Listings

Expressionism and beyond
Curator Simon Lake tells the amazing story of how Leicester's oldest museum came to have internationally significant holdings of wide-ranging 20th century German Art

DIY school prints
Anne Desmet RE worked for six months with children in an inner city Primary School, sharing with them the special delights of printmaking without a press

Here to stay
Nancy Campbell looks at how three of Britain's specialist private presses are marrying the letterpress tradition with the latest developments in printing technology

At the turn of a card
Jenny smith became an artist-in-residence at Chhaap Studios, Baroda, India after a chance meeting at Estonia's IMPACT print symposium involved her in a fund-raising portfolio project on the theme of playing cards

House on the hill
Chris Pig talks to fellow-artist Mark Grave, founder and Director of the thriving Wharepuke Print Studio, Kerikeri, New Zealand

Book Reviews