Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair
I am a selector and invited artist for the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair and will be showing a set of new relief prints. 7-10th November. Please see the following link for details and Tickets.
Artist Talk ‘The printed line and beyond’ Rugby Art Gallery & Museum
Tuesday 22 October. The talk will start at 6pm
Paul Coldwell will take a broad view of printmaking and discuss the many reasons why artists are drawn to the multiple image.
Paul Coldwell is an artist and Professor in Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts, University of the Arts London. He has exhibited and lectured widely and his work is held in numerous public collections including MoMA (New York), British Museum, Tate Gallery, V&A, Arts Council of England and the Museum of Art and History, Geneva.
His book Printmaking: A Contemporary Perspective was published by Black Dog in 2010.
His work is included in the exhibition The Printed Line for which he also provided the commentary for the accompanying film.
Tickets available online and from the Visitor Centre soon. Watch this space! If you would like to be contacted when ticket sales become live please email email@example.com
The transferability of the printed image
Paul Coldwell along with Charlotte Hodes and a number of other academics will be presenting at a one day symposium on The transferability of the printed image, at the University of Lausanne on 25th October co-ordinated by Camilla Murgia.
Picturing the Invisible
The current issue of Art in Print has a dedicated section devoted to the project Picturing the Invisible see https://artinprint.org
I have contributed a short essay on Morandi Which can be accessed through the following link https://artinprint.org/article/giorgio-morandi-various-objects-on-a-table-1931/
The conference which concludes the project which has been supported by a Network Grant from the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) will be held at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the arts London 7-8th November.
Details can be found on https://www.arts.ac.uk/colleges/chelsea-college-of-arts/stories/picturing-the-invisible