Volume 42, Number 1: Painting

August 2023

Paint slides, slips, changes its meaning. Artists grapple with it to harness its potency, bring it under control and still give it full weight. The issues the medium raises, the messages carried on the surface are startling, unnerving, compelling, political, lyric and full of fury and compassion. This applies in full measure to the work we are looking at in this volume of Border Crossings. Painting is always subject to discussion, interrogation, and rhapsody.

So, in this, the largest issue in our over 40 year history, Border Crossings is looking again at painting through the work and words of a panoply, a myriad, a dazzle and a diversity of artists.

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