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Vale William Crutchfield (1932–2015)

Ken Tyler reflects on William Crutchfield – teacher, friend, confidant and collaborator

As a close friend, I’ve been exceptionally fortunate to have known Bill for fifty two years. 599 more words

Kenneth Tyler

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Robert Zakanitch

Robert Zakanitch – a key exponent of the 1970s Pattern and Decoration movement – arrived at Tyler Graphics in 1979 with little printmaking experience. Despite this, by 1981 he had produced six editions and two large series of unique paper pulp works featuring floral motifs and curvilinear forms in vibrant colours. 504 more words

Kenneth Tyler

Happy Easter!

For many, Easter conjures up memories of early morning egg hunts and gorging on chocolate. To celebrate we thought we’d share these charming Polaroids from the Kenneth Tyler Photographic Collection which show the Tyler Graphics team and their children mid-hunt on a sunny morning in 1986. 9 more words

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Japan’s Center for Contemporary Graphic Art turns 20

This month the Center for Contemporary Graphic Art and Tyler Graphics Archive Collection (CCGA and TGAC) celebrates its 20th anniversary. Located in the Japanese city of Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture, the CCGA is an exhibition, study, and storage facility which houses a collection of more than 100,000 items. 330 more words

Kenneth Tyler

In with the new

Happy New Year!! We hope you’ve all had a fantastic, restorative break with family and friends and are looking forward to 2015 as much as we are. 127 more words

Kenneth Tyler

Page turners: artists’ books

A recent morning spent at a book fair saw me trawling through old exhibition catalogues and artist biographies, emerging an hour later with an armful of pre-loved volumes and a sudden desire to learn more about a different kind of art book – the… 890 more words

Kenneth Tyler

Robert Motherwell: Elegies

Of all the works in Robert Motherwell’s oeuvre, no series is so consistent in its exploration of a singular motif, so instantly recognisable, so deep in the artist’s character, as the… 331 more words

Kenneth Tyler