Journal Articles Update

A selection of new articles – just arrived in the Chantry Library:

Art Business Today, Issue 5, October 2012
Special interior design issue
Business
Ahead of the curve pp.28-29
Fashion forecasters Trend Bible predict the styles for Summer 2013
– Designed to work pp.30-35
Three picture suppliers explain how the interior design trade operates
– The art of design pp.36-39
Three experienced interior designers on how they source art and framing
Art
– Creating an atmosphere pp.40-43
Aidan Lynch GCF visits Annemarie Bourke’s studio and gallery in Ireland
– Keep it moving pp.44-47
A look at ways for artist’s to reinvigorate old stock and make sales
Framing
– Preserved for posterity pp.50-53
Rick Badwey frames an 18th century document using Mylar corners
Providing support pp.54-58
Chris A. Paschke GCF CPF frames two heavy textiles and a delicate weaving

BAPH Quarterly (The Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians), No.84, October 2012
Benjamin and Richard Nun(n), the Dublin Paper Makers by Eddie Jordan pp.1-9
Henry Fuseli: Necessity or Frugality ? – The Artist’s Selection of Drawing Papers by Ute Larsen and Camilla Baskcomb pp.10-19
Humour in the Paper Mill: Sandoz Cartoons pp.20-21
Martin Billing and his Ownership of Tibberton Paper Mill by Mike Malley pp.22-28
History of Paper Test Instrumentation Part 24: Laboratory Papermaking Apparatus by Daven Chamberlain pp.29-35
Lost and Found: Part 1. Trews Weir Mill, Exeter by Daven Chamberlain page 35
Papyrus, Parchment and Paper. Part 1. Early Writing Materials – Introduction by Richard L. Hills pp.36-38
A Visit to the Laboratory and Experimental Paper Mill of Arthur D. Little, Inc. by S. Chas. Phillips pp.39-41
Packs of Cards, Old and New by Charles Dickens
From All the Year Round, Vol.22, No,626, 28 December 1878, pp.38-43

Conservation Perspectives: The GCI Newsletter, Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall 2012
Conservation of Contemporary Public Art by Rika Smith McNally and Lillian Hsu pp.4-9
The Return of América Tropical by Leslie Rainer  pp.10-12
Temporary Art ? The Production and Conservation of Outdoor Sculptures in Fiberglass-Reinforced Polyester by Lydia Beerkens and Frederike Breder  pp.13-15
Conservation and Care of Sculptural Monuments by Andrew Naylor pp.16-17
Out in the Open: A Discussion about the Conservation of Outdoor Public Art pp.18-23
Key Resources page 24
A list of key resources related to the conservation of public art

The Ephemerist, No.158, Autumn 2012
This special issue of The Ephemerist stems from a study day organised by the Centre for Ephemera Studies at the University of Reading on 4 July 2012, with the theme ‘Black ephemera: depictions of people of African descent’.
Ephemera and black history by Alison Donnell   page 3
Edwardian postcards by Jeffrey Green  pp.4-6
Representations of Africans in British children’s material culture: a comparison of two boxes by Mary Guyatt  pp.7-9
Default positions: African Icons and stereotypes from Georgian print culture by Temi Odumosu  pp.10-13
Positive Steps: from joy to addiction, making the invisible visible, back to joy by Leon Robinson pp.14-15
Caribbean through a lens: depictions of black people using photography by Sandra Shakespeare pp.17-19
We shall not be silenced: ephemera as a record of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa by Deborah Sutherland pp.20-22
Mary Seacole, 1805-1881 by Amoret Tanner pp.23-25
The origins of Black History Month by Patrick Vernon pp.25-26
Use and abuse: the selection of images and ephemera in the ‘London , sugar and slavery’ gallery at the Museum of London Docklands by Tom Wareham pp.27-30
Conspicuous absences: branding and un-branding the black body by Zoe Whitley pp.31-33

WAAC Newsletter, Vol.34, No.3, September 2012
The Multipurpose Mount: An Adjustable Support for Photography and Radiography of Ancient Dinetah Pottery by Jamie Hascall pp10-11
The Organic Analysis of Artworks: Early Challenges and Future Directions by Kristin deGhetaldi pp12-17
–  Conference Review: The Cleaning of Acrylic Paint Surfaces 3 London workshop: A space-time continuum of Ph and conductivity by Nicholas Dorman  pp18-23
More from CAPS3: Surfactants, silicone-based solvents, and Microemulsions by Chris Stavroudis pp24-27

A quick reminder that we can supply photocopies of  journal articles, chapters from books, and conference papers, that are held in the Chantry Library collection. (Icon members are entitled to claim 10 free articles each year, so please quote your membership number with your requests). Articles can be provided either as scanned pages, or in hard copy. To request items, just contact  Ros Buck, Librarian at chantrylibrary@icon.org.uk, or  tel: 01865 251303

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