Beyond Print: The Kenneth Tyler Collection

Documenting the living history of the National Gallery of Australia's Kenneth Tyler Printmaking Collection

About

This blog documents the living history of the Kenneth Tyler printmaking workshops, and the art that was created there. We hope to share the authentic voices of the many artists, printers, photographers and friends who collaborated in these workshops. We invite you all to discover our rare archival material and to participate in the ongoing dialogue about the NGA ‘s Tyler Printmaking Collection and the subject of collaboration in printmaking.

To find out more about the collection, please visit our website at http://nga.gov.au/InternationalPrints/Tyler/Default.cfm.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. I would like to get in touch with Mr. Tyler about possibly doing a lecture at our university. What would be the best contact avenue?
    Thanks!

  2. Dear Sir,

    I work as a subeditor on the Lichtenstein forthcoming exhibition catalogue at the Centre Pompidou (Paris, July 2013) and I try to get in touch with Marabeth Cohen-Tyler because we want to reproduce in the catalogue a photo that she took of Roy Lichtenstein at Tyler Graphics Ltd., carving Reflections on Crash, on february 1989.
    Of course we intend to pay the loan fees for the reproduction rights.
    Can you please send me her email or address?
    Thank you very much

    Best regards,

    Jeanne Alechinsky
    Centre Pompidou / Direction des éditions
    75191 Paris Cedex 04
    +33 1 44 78 12 28
    jeanne.alechinsky@centrepompidou.fr

  3. My name is Malcolm Levinthal and I had been Ken Tyler’s friend and Attorney. It has been many years since we last spoke and I would appreciate being in contact with him.
    Please advise.
    Malcolm Levinthal
    360.551-6793
    mal277@gmail.com

  4. I am very happy to find your site. I am trying to find contact information for Mr. Tyler. I am researching work he did in relationship to the First International Sculpture Symposium in Long Beach in 1965. Mr. Tyler worked with some of the artists while at Tamarind and I believe artists such as Piotr Kowalski may have been some of his first collaborations at Gimini LTD. Any assistance you can provide would be appreciated.
    Brian Trimble
    brian.trimble@csulb.edu

  5. Nice and nice…. I got a phone call from Ken, first thing he said was Hi, I am Ken Tyler, do you know who I am, I laughed out loud and said of course I know who you are, that was in 1999, soon after that I was in Singapore as the Master PaperMaker for STPI….

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