Games of Conquest: Sugoroku of Imperial and Wartime Japan
William Kentridge: Drawing Has its Own Memory
Stepping out of Raphael’s Shadow
Art in (Middle) America
Stepping Stones: Garo Antreasian and American Lithography
Garo Antreasian’s contributions to the art and technology of lithography in post–World War II America are well-known, and parts of the story told in his recently published book will be familiar to many readers—the struggle to advance printmaking in mid-century America …Read more
The Glory Machine
For those of us who believe that history is best told through objects and images, this book provides strength to our argument.1 In its pages we discover rarely exhibited or published works that reflect the collective aspirations, beliefs and aesthetic preferences of the French at the end of the 17th century …Read more
- A pioneering example in our field is Antony Griffiths’ The Print in Stuart Britain, 1603–1689 (London: The British Museum, 1998), which sets a high standard for how social and political history can be interwoven with art history.
Art in Art in Print No. 6: Eric Avery, Print Life: Neurogenesis 2016
Art in Art in Print is an irregular, ongoing series of projects in which artists create art within the journal—not a piece of art that exists somewhere else and is reproduced in the journal, but a project designed specifically for the material, technological and social context of Art in Print.
We are pleased to present Eric Avery’s Print Life: Neurogenesis 2016 as the sixth of these projects. …Read more
Prix de Print No. 21: A Cloud in Trousers by Thorsten Dennerline
Lewis Carroll’s revolutionary children’s book Alice in Wonderland first appeared in 1865. The author had chosen as his illustrator the political cartoonist John Tenniel, and such was Tenniel’s impact on the story that his interpretations quickly became regarded as indispensable …Read more