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Prints in All the Wrong Places

November 26, 2007

The 2007 issue of the Journal of the California Society of Printmakers, “Prints in All the Wrong Places,” has just been released. This years issue is all about political printmaking, with a guest editor, Art Hazelwood.
Art has put together a huge collection of images and essays bringing together a real cross section of political printmakers, exhibitions, and political action. There are pieces focusing on printmaking in revolutionary Oaxaca, the San Francisco Print Collective, and Inkworks Press. Exhibitions such as Yo! What Happened to Peace and the Art of Persuasion are discussed, and really great writers, artists and poster archivists like Lincoln Cushing, Favianna Rodriguez, Mark Vallen and Carol Wells all show up. I also wrote a couple short pieces on the Celebrate People’s History poster series and the Paper Politics exhibition.
The best part about it is that you can download a pdf version of the issue for free right here.


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