Printmaking Off The Beaten Track by Richard NoycePrintmaking Off The Beaten Track by Richard Noyce

Printmaking Off The Beaten Track

byRichard Noyce

Hardcover | January 2, 2014

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Following on from his previous books Printmaking at the Edge and Critical Mass, Richard Noyce ventures once more beyond familiar centres of art production to explore printmaking off the beaten track. His journey covers the art of a breathtakingly diverse set of regions, from the Middle East, India, Pakistan and Nepal, to the Eastern Mediterranean, south-eastern Europe and the Balkans and more besides. Some of the countries featured have long traditions of using print techniques in their historic and contemporary art but are rarely, if ever, included in international competitions or art journals. This rich and compelling resource reveals the innovative and exciting approaches of printmakers around the world and gives readers the opportunity to compare art from different places, challenging our understanding of the means and forms of expression in printmaking, and its place in the contemporary visual arts. This book will satisfy curiosity amongst artists, printmakers, students and art lovers about printmaking being done in countries unfamiliar to them.
Richard Noyce is well known in the contemporary art world. He writes and speaks regularly on the visual arts and, in addition to many reviews and articles published in British and European magazines, he has written books on contemporary painting, graphic arts, and printmaking in the form of the highly successful Printmaking at the Edge...
Title:Printmaking Off The Beaten TrackFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:176 pages, 11.15 × 9 × 0.7 inShipping dimensions:11.15 × 9 × 0.7 inPublished:January 2, 2014Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1408156725

ISBN - 13:9781408156728

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments PART 1: Contexts Introduction Journeys and Destinations Conflict and Resolution Diaspora and Exile PART 2: A Partial Atlas of World Printmaking 54 Artists, 24 Countries Conclusion

Editorial Reviews

The styles and working methods are as varied as you might expect and pretty well every type of printmaking is represented . This is a beautiful and intriguing book.