“Her keys might have opened the church, and she the one to serve sponge fingers like death.” (the loop)
I’ve chosen to work with concrete to speak about the impulse to create permanent structures, but also to speak about impermanence, change, and loss, Ledelle Moe tells Helena Feder.
“merely archaeological, the images of strewn masks take on a symbolic meaning for America’s ambivalence towards public health.” (The Loop)
Oh, food. It is such a deft [and daft] distraction. It absolutely changes the narrative.
Hunter said she aims to “visually discuss law and society in slavery and racism through physical spaces.”
A visual counterpart to our Dispatches from a Pandemic series
And I was looking for barbarians. I still am. I always am. I’ve seen so many. Haven’t you?
ACM is pleased as punch that we get to publish Leanne Grabel’s work every month.
Overlooked buildings on Chicago’s South Side, photographed by Lee Bey from his book “Southern Exposure”
Graphic essay mashup of an early 1950s pulp comic book and text from legendary Argentinian art collective Tucumán Arde