Al Taylor, detail from Untitled (Large Tape) (1988).

The Subtle and Curious Vision of Al Taylor

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Arturo Herrera, detail from Robert Schumann–De La Luzidez A La Locura, Von Andres Ruiz Tarazona, 1975, Real Musical, S.A., Madrid from Books (2012).

The Books of Others: Arturo Herrera’s Berlin Books Project

Philippe Apeloig, detail from Le Havre, Patrimoine mondial de l’humanité (2006).

Type and Transcendence: Philippe Apeloig

Prix de Print No. 6: Ann Aspinwall: Fortuny

In this iteration of the Prix de Print, artist Peter Power selects Ann Aspinwall’s homage to Mariano Fortuny.

Jane Kent: Blue, Pink and See-through

Jane Kent’s recent screenprints use layer upon layer of translucent color to build immaterial but curiously convincing structures.

Aldo Crommelynck: Master and Midwife

Perhaps the most celebrated etching printer of the past century, Aldo Crommelynck working with Picasso, Hamilton, Hockney, Johns, Dine and many others. A recent exhibition in Paris celebrated his legacy.

Ray Yoshida: The Secret Screenprints

Ray Yoshida (1930-2009) was known for quirky paintings and collages that drew on the vocabulary of comics and folk art, but in the late 1960s he experimented with screenprints that he later denied all knowledge of.

This review appears in the July-August issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.2).