Border Crossings’ New Issue

Border Crossings

November 30, 2010

Border Crossings’ New Issue
VOL 29 NO 4 ISSUE 116

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Issue 116 features:

INTERVIEWS with

Raymond Pettibon
“I like to say things with a visual economy of line and, as much as I can, in words.” states Pettibon in an interview with Border Crossings. The California-based artist talks with BC about his comic-like works on paper that combine text and drawn images inspired by figures from popular American culture.

Simon Hughes
The Winnipeg-based artist, best known for a series depicting improbable architectural designs and settings, talks to Border Crossings about artistic influences, Modernism, Canadiana and his new approach to art making.

ARTICLES on

The Avant-Garden, Offering a Space of Freedom: The Reford Gardens and the
International Garden Festival
by Stephen Horne

The Rematerialization of the Idea: Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965-1980 by
Daniel Baird

David Bolduc: Towards a More Interior Life by Gary Michael Dault

Startling new FICTION by Canadian writer Laura Trunkey

BORDERVIEWS on truth-telling by Cathy Busby, the trucking architecture of Randall Anderson, Jillian McDonald‘s ghouls and zombies and Cliff Eyland and Guy Maddin‘s rapturous book collaborations.

Including REVIEWS of Carolee Schneemann, William Eakin, Anne Truitt, Larry Glawson, Jessica Stockholder, David Wityk, the Sixth Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, David Armstrong Six, Monica Tap and many more.

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Image above:
Raymond Pettibon, “No title (Where’s the green…)”, 2010.
Pen, ink, gouache and acrylic on paper, 30 x 22″.
Courtesy David Zwirner, New York, and Regan Projects, Los Angeles.