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Art in Print, Volume 4:

Art in Print, Volume 4/Issue 2

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Art in Print Review
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
70 pages Perfect-bound
art, art history, artist, auction, collector, edition, etching, exhibition, gallery, Library, lithography, museum, printmaking, prints, renaissance, review, screenprint, woodcut

Volume 4, Issue 2 is the SCREENPRINT Issue and includes the articles On Screenprint by Susan Tallman; Screenprint 2014; Stagecraft: The Theater of Print in a Digital World; Arturo Herrera in Berlin; Type and Transcendence: Philippe Apeloig; Jane Kent, Blue, Pink and See-through; Hank Willis Thomas; Ryan McGinness; Hartt, Cordova, Barrow at Threewalls; Richard Forster’s Littoral Beauties; A History of Screen Printing; The Subtle and Curious Vision of Al Taylor by Faye Hirsch; Aldo Crommelynck: Master and Midwife by Laurie Hurwitz; Djamel Tatah in the Atelier by Kate McCrickard; Paper as Politics and Process; John Sparagana Reads the News; Treasures from the Vault/Ray Yoshida: The Secret Screenprints by Mark Pascale; Prix de Print, No. 7/Ann Aspinwall: Fortuny juried by Peter Power; News.

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