Installations & Experimental Printmaking || Alexia Tala

Black’s Printmaking Handbook series has already established itself as adventurous and unafraid to take on the big subject and here it does that quite literally: some of these projects occupy a whole room! Certainly, this is a long way from just engraved plates and a single sheet of paper.

As ever, a great deal is crammed into a short length, but there’s no sense of overcrowding and the book only ever attempts to be a general survey. However, as well as some basic technical chapters, there is also a look at a good number of pieces by contemporary workers in the field and the quality of the illustrations is exemplary.

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