Artists / Behind-the-scenes / Tyler Graphics Ltd

Insiders: a printer’s perspective – John Hutcheson

As curators we have a tendency to focus on the artwork, the finished product; however this is only ever part of the equation. The technical nature of printmaking often necessitates collaboration and team work in order to successfully execute a print. Indeed, the prodigious output of the Tyler workshops was reliant on the efforts of … Continue reading

Artists / Exhibitions / Galleries / Tyler Graphics Ltd

Frank Stella: Recent work

Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm June 4 – July 5 2013 http://www.wetterlinggallery.com/ On June 4 the Wetterling Gallery in Stockholm opened a new exhibition of Frank Stella’s recent sculptures. The large brightly coloured works are a continuation of the Scarlatti Sonata Kilpatric series that Stella began in 2006, which explores the dynamic sense of movement achieved in music. You can … Continue reading

Artists / Gemini GEL / Tyler Graphics Ltd

Kenneth Tyler honoured at IPCNY

Each year the International Print Center New York (IPCNY), an institution ‘dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of fine art prints’ holds a spring benefit honouring luminaries of the print world. This year art writer Faye Hirsch, artist Robert Mangold and master-printer Ken Tyler were the honourees celebrated at a function on May 15. Frank Stella, … Continue reading

Artists / Behind-the-scenes / Tyler Graphics Ltd

New look Tyler Collection website

Over the past few months we have been compiling new information for the Gallery’s Kenneth Tyler printmaking collection website, and working to make the site easier to use. The results are now online for you to explore here: http://nga.gov.au/InternationalPrints/Tyler/Default.cfm?MnuID=12 An important addition to the site is the new Tyler Graphics Ltd (TGL) team page, dedicated … Continue reading

Behind-the-scenes / Tyler Graphics Ltd

COMING SOON: Tyler film & sound collection

To those of us unfamiliar with printmaking, its technical processes can seem mysterious. Especially in the workshops of Kenneth Tyler, where 500-tonne printing presses were housed alongside antique Bavarian lithography stones; where staff in white overalls and rubber boots sprayed paper pulp from moving platforms above works of art; and where traditional Japanese woodblock and … Continue reading