Workshop tells the story of Kenneth Tyler-one of the twentieth century's pre-eminent master printers, publishers and arts educators- who, after establishing himself in 1965, set about to engage some of the most creative minds of the postwar era. Tyler's is a story of brilliant success built on that rare entrepreneurial mix of technical wizardry, perseverance and drive. The other half of this story is that of a young and bold National Gallery of Australia. Positioned on the other side of the globe, the Gallery actively pursued works of the highest calibre, in the development of a collection born in the very same era that witnessed the stratospheric rise of the print. Together, Tyler and the Gallery have amassed a collection that charts a revolution in the field-a redefinition of the print into an entirely new species of a hybrid nature and often enormous scale. It was in printmaking that some of the most iconic works of the postwar era were produced.