Hong Kong. travelogue by Jason Wallengren

[click on image to view in full-res]   Jason Wallengren is a self-exiled American artist who questions the geographical identity of his art by working in atypical global societal setups. He shifts … Continue reading

June 17, 2014 · Leave a comment

Vigeland. travel journal by Leslie Howes

Vigeland Park, July 2013 (Part I) Her uniform includes blue blazer and colorful flight attendant-like scarf. Her black shoes are scuffed at the toes; narrow trousers don’t quite reach her … Continue reading

June 16, 2014 · Leave a comment

Juan José Saer: A geographical fiction, a fictional geography. essay by Steve Dolph

1 The Argentine novelist Juan José Saer was born to Syrian immigrants in 1937 and lived most of his young life in the city of Santa Fe. In 1968, Saer, … Continue reading

February 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Silk Road and Granite Steps. essay with photographs by Glenn Arnold

Dunhuang, China, 27 December 2012 The wind bites my face, snow crystals sting my eyes.  It is -17C, and my wife and I are scrambling out of the station, flowing … Continue reading

February 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Disparatures. Seven triptychs from the series, by Carrie Crow

Carrie Crow is a fine art, performance, and horse racing photographer whose work has been exhibited internationally at the Queens Museum of Art, Kunst Altonale Hamburg, and Galleria Perela during … Continue reading

February 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Ferko. poem by Gabriele Tinti. translation by David Graham

Ferko is the diminutive of František, a Slovak Rom singer who, along with his sister, was born with a terrible genetic disease: osteogenesis imperfecta. It is a disease that made … Continue reading

June 11, 2013 · Leave a comment