Sasa Marinkov, Farringdon Station

Farringdon Station

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Before moving to Hoxton Square, the Slightly Foxed office was in Clerkenwell, and Farringdon was our local tube stop. This woodcut of the station by Sasa Marinkov was featured in Slightly Foxed Issue 13, Spring 2007.


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Sasa Marinkov uses plywood and lino for her relief prints, and Japanese and European papers. Her subjects are often landscapes, both natural and man-made. There is often an emphasis on the transitory in her work, with an interest in journeys. She says ‘I search for subjects with a camera or draw, sometimes using nature symbolically, or recording cities in construction or destruction. I continue the journey in the making of the print.’ Marinkov’s work has been exhibited extensively around the world, including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show. She is a member of the Royal Society of Printmakers and has taught a variety of skills in colleges, schools, galleries and museums.

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