GALLERY STORE DVD/VIDEO

Four Tamarind DVDs available for purchase. Perfect for use in the classroom. 

Four Stones for Kanemitsu

Four Stones for Kanemitsu

DVD, $25
1973; 28:15 
An Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary (Short Subject), this classic film produced at Tamarind Lithography Workshop shows the collaboration between artist Matsumi Kanemitsu and Master Printer Serge Lozingot as they create a four-color lithograph. Beginning with the graining of the stones, the camera follows the process through the esthetic and technical challenges in drawing, printing, and proofing this complex image. Never before has the actual sense of making a color lithograph in a professional workshop been so vividly and effectively captured in this superb film.


The Art of Working on Stone

The Art of Lithography: Working on Stone

DVD, $50
1989; 26:06
Produced at Tamarind Institute this video offers detailed instructions for Working on Stone, featuring artist George McNeil and Master Printer Bill Lagattuta. After McNeil draws, paints, and scratches on a lithographic stone, the camera follows Lagatutta and his assistants through the steps of preparing and processing the stone and then printing the edition. This "short course" present updated technical information from Clinton Adams' and Garo Antreasian's highly acclaimed Tamarind Book of Lithography. This effective visual format makes the medium even more accessible to students, teachers, printmakers, and collectors.

 


The Art of Working on Stone

The Art of Lithography: Working on Plate

DVD, $50
1989; 23:42
Produced at Tamarind Institute this video offers detailed instructions for Working on alluminum plates. Artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Master Printer Jeffrey Sippel collaborate to create a four-color lithograph from aluminum plates, demonstrating the special techniques used in plate lithography. This "short course" present updated technical information from Clinton Adams' and Garo Antreasian's highly acclaimed Tamarind Book of Lithography. This effective visual format makes the medium even more accessible to students, teachers, printmakers, and collectors.


Fabulous at Fifty Symposium

 Fabulous at Fifty Talks and Interviews

DVD, $15/each; $50/set of all four

  • Conversations: Jim Dine and Ruth Fine (2010; 48 mins)
  • Life and Litho: June Wayne Tells It Like It Is (2010; 39 mins)
  • The Early Days: Duscussion with Garo Antreasian (2010; 76 mins)
  • Globetrotting: Tamarind Printers Abroad (2010; 77 mins)

 

 

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