Tracy Templeton: A Mind of Winter by Collier Brown with guest essay by Derek Besant
Od Review, in partnership with 21st Editions, is an online feature site for the photographic arts and photobook reviews. Derived from the Odic force—a term coined by German naturalist Baron Karl von Reichenbach—“od” implies photography’s ability to arrest ghostly matter, making it visible to the human eye.
Collier Brown teaches at Harvard University, where he is a photography critic, poet, and literary scholar. He is the editor for 21st Editions (Cape Cod) and Edition Galerie Vevais (Germany) as well as the founding editor of Od Review.
Derek Michael Besant is a Canadian curator, writer, and artist who exhibits internationally. He develops work with new photographic imaging technologies to create experimental prints and printmaking installations.
The Presence of Absence by Richard Noyce
Printmaking Today magazine is dedicated to producing features on significant artists’ prints, books, and multiples. Published in London and released quarterly, it contains news; reviews on the latest work; practical and technical advice; and the latest on outstanding exhibitions and opportunities in the world of printmaking.
Richard Noyce is a well-known writer and speaker on contemporary art. In addition to his numerous reviews and articles published in British and European magazines, he has written books on contemporary painting, graphic arts, and printmaking, including Printmaking at the Edge (A&C Black, 2006). He was awarded the 1996 AAASS/Orbis Polish Book Prize and has served as president of the Awards Jury at the Kraków International Print Triennial from 2003 to 2009.
UAL Networks: Picturing the Invisible
Tracy Templeton – The Quiet of the Snow by Paul Coldwell
Europe’s largest specialist university for art and design, University of the Arts London (UAL) is a world Top 2 university for art and design according to the QS World University Rankings®. Picturing the Invisible is a research network and collaboration between UAL and University College London (UCL) funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Paul Coldwell is a practicing artist with artworks in collections such as the Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), British Museum, Arts Council of England, and the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Geneva). He is a professor of fine art at UAL, member of the Print Quarterly editorial board, writer, and prolific researcher on how new technologies inform and rejuvenate older ones like analog print media.
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