Border Crossings #160
Border Crossings is a quarterly magazine investigating contemporary Canadian and international art and culture. If you love art and you want to be taken to unexpected places, if you want to know about the most challenging contemporary artists and issues, and if you want that knowledge to be shaped by the finest writing and images, then Border Crossings is for you.
In this issue: Border Crossings is looking at Documentary and the myriad ways in which it is engaged; Wolfgang Tillmans is interviewed on his survey exhibition, To look without fear; Eyal Weizman talks tear gas, explosions, smoke and massive drifing toxins as violence; Filmmaker Jill Godmilow on her new book, Kill the Documentary; Abenaki filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin; and the photo work of both Donigan Cumming and Kegan McFadden; and more.
Winnipeg, Canada; 220mm x 280mm; 193 pages; 2022