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A Matter of Coincidences, in the Fall Edition of Celebrating Print Magazine

The fifth edition of Celebrating Print Magazine takes readers back in time to post-war Paris (with Anna Pravdova's "Jan Krizek's Prints as Two-Dimensional Sculptures"); the 1950s Czechoslovakia (via Jiri Bernard Krticka’s treatise "Vladimir Boudnik and Czech Structural Printmaking"); to 1970s Hungary (Krisztina Uveges discusses a renaissance of industrial and screen printing that developed in the city of Mako during the serendipity of emerging photo-based art trends and shifts in socialist government policies). Breda Skrjanec explores the works of Slovenian painter Janez Knez and his decades-long preoccupation with the social fabric and industrial landscape of the Central Sava Valley.


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