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Art in Print, Volume 5:

Art in Print, Volume 5/Issue 3

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

Volume 5/Issue 3 includes the articles On Survival by Susan Tallman; Damon Davis All Hands On Deck 2015; 1945: Wilhelm Rudolph’s Compulsive Inventory by Johannes Schmidt; Behind Barbed Wire: Printmaking in Australian Internment Camps by Erwin Fabian and Ludwig Hirschfeld Mack by Stephen Coppel; Paper Planes: Art from Japanese American Internment Camps by Charles M. Schultz; León Ferrari’s Heliografias by Elizabeth C. DeRose; Love and Labor Under Apartheid: An Interview with Yvette Mutumba by Daniel Hewson; Art in Contact: The Mail Art Exchange of Paulo Bruscky and Robert Rehfeldt by Zanna Gilbert; Bruce Nauman Prints by Paul Coldwell; Syria: Frontlines and Online by Elleree Erdos; Underground Art and Commerce by Peter S. Briggs; Prix de Print, No. 13/Rebuilding the Unbuilt [Y Block] by Sumi Perera, juried by Katherine Alcauskas; News of the Print World

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