Section Archive:

September 2008
The Quiet Art of Cartooning
The loneliness of the no-distance cartoonist
May 2008
Tonto Takes Charge
Miss Chief Eagle Testickle: a portrait.
February 2008
Revealing Urban Colours
Capturing the essence of a city
November 2007
On Inuit Art
September 2007
War Stories
Rita Leistner’s “portraitscapes” of Lebanon, 2006. NMA nominee: Photojournalism & Photo Essay
July 2007
Canada started as a rough-and-tumble company, but is the march of progress now killing the country?
May 2007
Wild Chamber
Roger Ballen on making chaos coherent
November 2006
Made in Mexico
British photographer Martin Parr isn’t your stereotypical gringo
October 2006
African Queen
Finbarr O’Reilly on his award-winning photograph
September 2006
The Projectionist
Kendall Messick unearths a subterranean movie house
July 2006
Tacita Dean’s hard-earned Diamond Ring
June 2006
Postmodern Choirboy
Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay on his elegies for a lost natural self
April 2006
Dreams from Exile
New York-based Iranian artist Shirin Neshat descends into madness
March 2006
Grubstreet Chiaroscuro
British photographer Tom Hunter finds classical inspiration on tawdry headlines
November 2005
African Adventure
Curator Simon Njami on the enigmatic work of white South African artist Jane Alexander
October 2005
Lady Oracle
Amy Cutler on her quiet magic realism
May 2005
Confusing, Vexing, And Beautiful
David Byrne turns the deadly sins on their head to say something new about the world
April 2005
Superior Fox
March 2005
Crazy Life
Italian artist Carol Rama, now 86, has been controversial since 1945
February 2005
Wild Spaces
Curator Kitty Scott on Peter Doig’s disturbing landscapes
January 2005
Time Machine
November 2004
Space Invaders
The seduction of small things made large
October 2004
The Anti-Monument
Korean artist Do-Ho Suh brings the statue down from the pedestal
September 2004
Primate Portraits
Con Artist
July 2004
What Lies Beneath
June 2004
The Beauty in Beasts
February 2004
Harmony in Several Hundred Parts
The artist Sarah Sze uses everything from Q-tips to living plants
November 2003
Small Worlds
Pakistani artist Saira Wasim tackles the big picture in her tiny paintings
October 2003
One Man’s Trash
Inspired by garbage.
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