Arezzo Summer course 2019
Another year has passed, bringing with it the Arezzo Summer course of 2019. This year, another stunning array of lecturers, and visits to the drawing and print rooms in Rome and Bologna hosted by their respective curators. Also this year – as an additional option – we will be offering participants the opportunity to take part in a 3-day ‘immersion’ in hands-on printmaking techniques at the legendary Stamperia il Bisonte’, Florence (http://www.ilbisonte.it/). Founded in 1959 by Maria Luigia Guaita and run today by her grandson, the Stamperia has collaborated closely with most of the greatest names in 20th-century art: Severini, Carrà, Magnelli, Bartolini, Guttuso, Calder, Sutherland, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso.
Please visit the Arezzo Summer Course website here and download the brochure (PDF here) and pre-registration form (PDF here).
Thijs Collection of devotional images and texts is now online
The Special Collections division of the University of Antwerp Library is pleased to announce that ca. 1100 objects from the extensive collection of the historian, collector and scholar Alfons K.L. Thijs can now be consulted via an online catalogue created by the University of Antwerp.
Print Quarterly Platform Series: Paul Coldwell in conversation with William Kentridge
Camberwell College of Art
APS is a new group for print enthusiasts that will bring together the diverse print community—curators, collectors, academics, grad students, artists, paper conservators, critics, independent scholars, and dealers. APS’s goals are to facilitate dialogue among its members and encourage print scholarship.
Printed-Editions.com is a website dedicated to prints. The site is endorsed by over 150 of the world’s leading galleries who between them have listed more that 16,000 artworks ranging from prints by Old and Modern Masters to contemporary and emerging artists. As well as being a destination site for collectors to source and buy prints direct from galleries, Printed Editions also seeks to inform art collectors about the world of prints.
Print Quarterly Internship
Print Quarterly, the leading scholarly journal on prints and printmaking, is offering a voluntary, one- or two-day-per-week internship to a graduate student in art history.
The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is a non-profit organisation of leading art dealers, galleries, and publishers with expertise in the field of fine prints. Members are committed to the highest standards of quality, ethics, and connoisseurship, and to promoting a greater appreciation of fine prints among collectors and the general public.
The Burlington Magazine is the world's leading monthly publication devoted to the fine and decorative arts.
Art in Print is both a website and a bi-monthly journal devoted to the artist’s print from ancient China to 21st-century Brooklyn. It offers subscribers/members daily updates on news of the print world, links to essential print resources and important and timely writing by an international array of curators, critics, artists and scholars.