Monthly Archives: October 2008

Printmaking, or at least almost printmaking

Incidentally, I apologise for a lack of printmaking posts – I’m carving another complicated block, and it’s taking ages. Mostly because it’s horribly repetitive. I’ve actually got a second – well, a sheet of carving vinyl – sitting ready-ish to be carved, but I’ve been debating over adding more detail to it and if so […]

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Rothko at the Tate Modern

This exhibition brings together a really quite extraordinary number of Rothko pieces, focusing on his late work and especially his series work. I wrote about his Seagram murals here, and they really are incredibly absorbing. The proper way to study a Rothko is to get up as close as the gallery attendants will allow, and […]

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