If geographers “carve,” “draw,” or “write” the earth, psychogeographers add a zest of soul to the mix, linking earth, mind and foot.
Karen O'Rourke | Jul 16
A short catalog of wondrous beings, excerpted from Emmanuelle Pouydebat's book "Atlas of Poetic Zoology."
Emmanuelle Pouydebat | Illustrations by Julie Terrazzoni | Jul 13
In a city fixated on public health and order, a viral extreme sport offers a challenge to the status quo.
Macs Smith | Jun 28
Fred Forest’s most notable acts of mischief stand out even in a field of contemporary art that is brimming with merry pranksters.
Michael Leruth | Jun 17
A graphic translation of Benjamin’s nostalgic musings on his childhood.
Frances Cannon | May 25
"To go for a walk with him was a revelation, he would notice so much."
Jane B. Drew | Apr 13
The sublime underlies the nobility of Classicism, the awe of Romantic nature, and the terror of the Gothic.
Simon Morley | Mar 22
For thousands of years, plants have been cultivated not only for economic reasons, but to serve magic, lure immortal beings, and for aesthetic pleasure.
George Gessert | Mar 4
Xerography was not only central to the production and dissemination of art and community, but changed who could be an active participant in the making of culture.
Kate Eichhorn | Feb 23
“We’re no longer in a place where everybody kind of agrees on the same definition of reality at all."
Kembrew McLeod | Jan 26