Cornelia Parker: One of Britain's best loved and most acclaimed contemporary artists on printmaking

Episode 4,   Aug 24, 2022, 05:00 PM

The latest episode of Making a Mark explores the graphic work of Cornelia Parker.

Widely celebrated for her immersive installations that have become a significant part of Britain’s cultural landscape, this episode explores the artist’s printmaking, a medium that has been at the forefront of her practice for the past several years.

Follow Parker and master printer Pete Kosowicz into the studio where they are making prints; find out how her works are made, her influences, the possibilities printmaking offers and the importance of collaboration to Parker’s practice.

Contributors include founder and gallery co-director, Alan Cristea; arts editor of the Financial Times, Jan Dalley; and photography curator and writer David Campany. Presented by writer and critic, Charlotte Mullins.

Making a Mark is a podcast by Cristea Roberts Gallery exploring the relationship between artists and printmaking.⁠

Artworks discussed in the episode can be viewed online via 

Image: Cornelia Parker at Thumbprint Editions, London, 2022. Photo: Maxwell Anderson.

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