Issue 115 – Drawing

September 2010 – Volume 29, Number 3

Volume 29, Number 3: Drawing

$9.95

  • BORDERNOTES

  • Light’s Shadow Meeka Walsh
  • BORDERVIEWS

  • Plugging In Opening Up: Plug In ICA
  • Mr. Woe-Jangled: Robert Walser
  • Drawing in the Cold: Annie Pootoogook and Jutai Toonoo
  • Touching the Erotic: Chloe Piene
  • The Soul of Drawing: Jason Botkin
  • BORDERCOLUMN

  • Six Characters in Search of An Auteur: Guy Maddin and the Song of Himselves Robert Enright
  • INTERVIEWS

  • Working Towards Affection: An Interview with Robert Longo Meeka Walsh, Robert Enright
  • Addicted to Drawing: An Interview with Alison Norlen Robert Enright
  • The Art of Being What It Doesn’t Have to Be: An Interview with Ed Pien Robert Enright
  • ARTICLES

  • Lost Perfection: Drawing and Dreaming in the Art of Margaret Priest E.C. Woodley
  • Beauty’s Abjection: The Paradoxes of Luanne Martineau Robin Laurence
  • Amazons.drawn: The Art of Amy Lockhart Lee Henderson
  • ESSAY

  • From the Frying Pan Into the Firmament: The Fate of Old Master Drawings David Franklin
  • ART PAGES

  • Chloe Piene
  • POETRY

  • The Beautiful Assassin: A Poem Noir Méira Cook
  • CROSSOVERS

  • Leon Golub M.J. Thompson
  • Pierre Dorion Stephen Horne
  • “Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Man” and “Visceral Bodies” Robin Laurence
  • Janet Werner Cameron Skene
  • “Exploded View” Petra Halkes
  • Rachel Whiteread Susan Emerling
  • Ragnar Kjartansson Marcus Miller
  • Etienne Zack James D. Campbell
  • Hadley+Maxwell J.J. Kegan McFadden
  • “Pop Life: Art in a Material World” Tracy Valcourt
  • Guillermo Kuitca Martin Pearce
  • Joan Linder Charmaine Wheatley
  • Ryan Trecartin Bill Clarke
  • jake moore James D. Campbell
  • The 2010 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art: “Timeland” Amy Fung
  • Cooke-Sasseville Michael Rattray
  • Charles Burchfield Nadja Sayej
  • Dorian Fitzgerald Sheila Heti