Imprint is Australia’s only quarterly art journal dedicated to contemporary printmaking, artist books and works on paper, and one of the few publications worldwide dedicated exclusively to the graphic arts.
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.
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In this issue:Autumn 2021, Vol. 56.1
‘Notebook’ by Marguerite Brown
World in Print
Australia in Print
by Hanah Williams
‘Owning it’ by Linda Judge
‘Ancestral Waters’ by Hannah Presley, Art by Lisa Waup
‘Looking for Jessie’ by Jo Oliver
From newspapers to artspace’ by Heather Hesterman and Sarah Tomasetti
‘Under the cloak’ by Viva Hall
‘A moment in the sun’ by Robyn Ferrell
‘In the studio garden’ by Domenica Hoare
‘Ruth Burgess: from the forest to the sky by Helen Mueller
Cover Image: Kelly Koumalatsos, Gadyi / summer, 2020 ink and paper, 76 x 56.5 cm. Reproduced with permission of the artist / Museums Victoria. Photography by Benjamin Healley