Featuring prints from the decade 1962-1972, the exhibition concentrates on what was something of a boom period in British printmaking. This was in large part due to the rise in the status of screen printing as a fine art medium.
Featuring prints from the decade 1962-1972, the exhibition concentrates on what was something of a boom period in British printmaking. With its facility for printing large areas of solid colour, combined with the recent advances made in the development of photo-printmaking techniques, screen printing lent itself to a wide range of imagery and was eagerly taken up by both established and emerging artists of the time.
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As Is When: A Boom in British Printmaking 1961-1972: ISBN 9780863555176 (978-0-86355-517-6) Softcover, The British Council, 2003. ISBN 9781870775748 (978-1-870775-74-8) Softcover, PC Publishing, 2001.
As Is When: A Boom in British Printmaking, 1961-. Wollheim, Mary Day and Richard. Includes an invitation and photocopy of guest book for "Recent Works by Sandra Fisher". Physical Description: 1 item. Scope and Content Note. Box 9, Folder 8. Unidentified - John 1974. Folder 3. Lefevre Gallery.
Professor Stephen Hoskins was invited by the British Council to undertake a series of lectures in relation to the exhibition ‘As is When’ A boom in British Printmaking 1961 - 1972. Lecture Abstract: The relationship between the Kelpra prints of the 1960's and Contemporary Printmaking practice. The prints in the exhibition 'As is When' stem from a period when screenprinting was new to Fine Art, this talk relates that phenomena to current developments in printmaking and the difficulties of the acceptance of new technology
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A Boom in British Printmaking 1961 - 1972. An exhibition organised with the assistance of the British Council which features work by some of the best known artists of the 1960’s including Bridget Riley, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Derek Boshier, Peter Blake, Joe Tilson, Richard Smith, Colin Self, Eduardo Paolozzi, . Kitaj, Allen Jones, Howard Hodgkin, Clive Barker and Patrick Caulfield. Jeff Kleinsmith and Jesse Ledoux Blenheim Walk 15 January - 12 April. Juno Carabott-Tortell Bangkok Lady Boy. The genre of ‘documentary photography’ is currently in a state of flux and the criteria that once defined it are no longer observed or current.
The history of printing starts as early as 3500 BC, when the Persian and Mesopotamian civilizations used cylinder seals to certify documents written in clay. Other early forms include block seals, pottery imprints and cloth printing. Woodblock printing on paper originated in China around 200 AD. It led to the development of movable type in the eleventh century and the spread of book production in East Asia.