Printmaking Today - Winter 2021 - Issue 120

Fire House forming part of the the graphic installation You Set the Scene (2020/21) Alejandra Aguilar Caballero.  Graphic object ( arranged reduction woodcut and collage on paper) and LED lights, 450 x 350 x 150 mm

Leonie Bradley

Printmaker's Diary
Against the backdrop of Covid and COP26, Victoria Ahrens reports on a season of shows close to home in London

Symposium - Poet-Printer- Publishers unite!

Conference - Sume-Fusion

APP - Printmakers on Clubhouse

Book - Artists' hands

Project - The incredible journey - Julia Manning's The Decline of Eels

Exhibition - Under the skin

Expanded Practice - Mapping New Landscapes  - Floating wonder

Valuable Space
For artist Nicole Polonsky, print allows her to create multiple interrelated and self - referential series that exactingly align form and content, writes Tessa Peters

Observer on the Scene
Zuzanna Dyrda
 talks to hybrid media artist Paul Catanese and discovers that the matrix is embedded at the heart of his performative practice

From Somewhere in Kyiv
Olesya Dzhurayeva
, a Ukrainian linocut artist capturing fleeting moments, is on a steep trajectory upwards, writes Richard Noyce

Inspired by outer space, Elizabeth Lloyd ARE, reworks graphic imagery with digital technologies and explores the parallels between  real and imagined space

San Francisco Center for the Book 
celebrates its past and future in artists' books, Sarah Bodman  finds out more

State of the Art
Once again, this year's graduates from across the globe have shown incredible resilience during extraordinary circumstances. Congratulations to our winning artstis Jo-Anne McAllister, Alejandra Aguilar Cabllero and Gao Yiran

Art Critic John O'Sullivan traces a circuitous route into printmaking, a ghostly encounter and travels in the East for Stephen Lawlor

Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA RSA (1931-2021)

Peter Forster (1934-2021)

The Power of Electro-etching
Dr Malgorsata Oakes
discusses the health and environmental advantages of electro-etching over traditional etching and shares some of her discoveries with the technique

Artists' Books
Material Encounters
Renata Pekowsja
considers whether artists' books can help us understand the impact of the pandemic and digital switch of 2020

Book Review
Early Colour Printing. German Renaissance Woodcuts at the British Museum

Professor Andrew Kulman NTF MA (RCA)

Book Reviews





Printmaker's Eye
Reanimating the Past
Matthew Lintott
was awarded the Printmaking Today Prize at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair for his print collaborations between the living and the dead

Year 2021
Volume 30
Issue 119

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