EXHIBITION CATALOGUE - FIDEM XXXII 2012
The exhibition of the XXXII congress in Glasgow is accompanied by a catalogue in colour of 220 pages. One medal per artist is illustrated. The catalogue is accompanied by a DVD with pictures of all the medals exhibited at this congress.
The congress organisers are letting know that: "We have printed 500 copies of the catalogue. Congress participants received it in their Congress bag. FIDEM member artists and artists who have paid their country delegate will receive their catalogue by post in August 2012. Once we have confirmed with the country delegates how many copies they require we will be able to sell any spare copies which will be available from Spink and Son in London. Prospective purchasers should contact Philip Skingley (e-mail: email@example.com)
MÉDAILLES magazine 2010
2010 year's issue of Médailles includes all the lectures and the minutes from XXI congress in Tampere (Finland). It has been printed free of charge thanks to the generous donation of the Portuguese Mint (IN-CM).
EXHIBITION CATALOGUE - FIDEM XXXI 2010
The exhibition of the XXXI congress in Tampere is accompanied by a catalogue with over 300 pages where all the illustrations are in colour. One medal per artist is illustrated. The catalogue is accompanied by a DVD with pictures in 600 dpi resolution of all the medals exhibited at this congress.
If you are interested the catalogue is for sale for 29€ (+ postage) instead of 40€ and can be ordered from the Tampere Art Museum (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: + 358 3 5656 6577).
THE MEDAL spring 2011
The spring issue of The Medal has been sent to FIDEM members. If you are not a member but still wishes to buy the magazine go to BAMS for more information.
PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF MÉDAILLES
There are still copies of Médailles magazines 2008, 2005, 2003, 2001, 1999, 1997 and 1995. They can be purshased for 25€ each. Please contact Ilkka Voionmaa by emailing to: email@example.com or Maria Rosa Figueiredo by emailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other issues go to MEDAILLES MAGAZINE under ARCHIVES.