Printmaking Today - Winter 2013 - Issue 88

Year 2013
Volume 22
Issue 88

(£6.50 inc. vat)

Contents Volume 22 Winter 2013 Issue 88

Printmaker's Diary
Nick Morley throws open the doors of Hello Print Studio and welcomes artists to the seaside

Translations of life
Claire Cuccio finds empathy for human society and the natural world in the woodblock prints of mokuhanga multi-tasker Ralph Kiggell

Grand Visions of the Past
What mysteries lie at the heart of Antonino Pecoraro's meticulous etchings ? Wuon-Gean Ho unravels the themes and techniques of this respected Sicilian artist

At Home and Abroad
Emma Mason who has been cataloguing the prints of Helena Markson, looks back on a long and successful career dedicated to teaching and printmaking

Echoes of the Past
Nancy Campbell discovers how a long tradition of tailoring has inspired Hormazd Narielwalla's artist's books, collages and prints

Artist's Eye
Heart of Darkness
The work of Jane Stobart RE, winner of the Printmaking Today Prize at Bankside 2013, pays tribute to figures observed in contemporary industrial settings

Artists' Books
Sarah Bodman explores The Library of Lost Books, an initiative to salvage and transform discarded library volumes

CUTTINGS News, Previews, Exhibition Listings and Opportunities

Texting Times David Lyons describes the experimental genesis of a series of prints that examines how sight influences perception, designed to engage an audience of varying visual abilities

Versatile Stencils
Inspired by papercut techniques, Diana Eicher uses Tyvek® to create durable hand-cut stencils for screenprinting with an exposure unit

The Right Signals
A new letterpress initiative in Detroit is seeking to connect the wider community to traditional and emergent forms of printing. Anna Clark goes to see what's on offer

Drawing on the Domestic
Amy Sterly reveals how an ambitious outdoor installation in sculpture and print became a route to exploring interior worlds

Reclaim Your City!
To mark a decade of collecting street art stickers, Catherine L Tedford reports on the subversive use of this overlooked graphic art form in Berlin

Ghost London
Anne Desmet RA RE on teaching Primary School children the joys of making monotypes with printing ink, pencils and cotton buds

Print on Prescription
Emma Molony describes a Double Elephant Print Workshop project that enables adults recovering from mental health issues to access printmaking on a long term basis - with outstanding results

Book Reviews