Imprint is a quarterly magazine dedicated to contemporary fine art printmaking – including works on paper, artists books, zines, digital and experimental print-related art – published by the Print Council of Australia.
With the Australian experience as our focus, Imprint seeks to engage in meaningful and diverse analysis surrounding contemporary printmaking today within a broader fine art context. Imprint aims to nurture the development of new voices in printmaking and arts writing alongside those more established in the field.
Imprint makes excellent reading providing information for the well-informed arts professional, as well as those developing an interest in works on paper.
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In this issue: Vol.53 No.4
- Notebook by Marguerite Brown
- Registering print’s past by Kirtika Kain
- Telling stories through art by Paul Uhlmann
- Universal journey by Andrew Stephens
- Boundary control by Carolyn Craig
- Printmaking in the age of digital reproduction by Jamie Derkenne
- A meeting of minds by Denise Salvestro
- Emergent: Taku (Takuro Yokoo)
- Dianne Fogwell: A printer’s disposition by Phil Day
- Martin King: Where the wildlife falls
- Anita Angel: obituary by Chips Mackinolty
- Australia In Print