Jan-Feb 2024 (Vol. 38, No. 3)
Women in Revolt: Art & Activism in the UK 1974-1990 Nancy Nesvet
The Presence of Death Frances Oliver
Where Has All The Protest Music Gone? Jorge M Benitez
A Painter Looks at Philip Guston Now Don Kimes
Its Pablo-matic According to Hannah Gadsby Elizabeth Ashe
Nov-Dec 2023 (Vol. 38, No. 2)
Sept-Oct 2023 (Vol. 37, No. 8)
For Bradley Stevens, copying the masters at museums is an ongoing education.
Free art education, murals everywhere, and a national museum: Lanita K Brooks Colbert reviews Cuba’s art scene while on a cultural mission.
Elizabeth Ashe sees The Only Thing that’s the End of the World is The End of the World” at the Payne Gallery at Moravian University, an installation challenging viewer’s perception of space and place.
Artist Rodney Zelenka draws on migrants’ travels, surrealistically using birds and spiders to see something new.
Stephens Westfall on what happens when the artist leaves the classroom for the unknown.
David Goldenberg speaks about art, geopolitics and his new take on the Biennale in an interview with Simina Neagu.
Why have critics failed to engage with our most important current issues: climate change and exhaustion of the earth? Francis Oliver reviews “The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable” by Amitav Ghosh.
Mark Bloch reviews the decades old practice of making mail art, and his own mail art work.
Mary Fletcher reviews the Casablanca school exhibition at the Tate Cornwall, casting new light on a little know but important phenomenon in the 1960’s art world.
Sam Vangheluwe writes of the value of getting lost: in a place, a work of art, or anywhere, and the joys of discovering for ourselves what we see and where we go.