88 – Landscape


Fall 2016

While the classic conception of landscape presumes that nature is stable, permanent and harmonious, and the romantic vision distinguishes nature as a chaotic force; in contrast, current artistic practices seem to explore the reciprocal effects generated by the dynamic interaction between humans and matter. This issue revisits the notion of landscape as an artistic genre in the contemporary artistic context.

Current Issue


Spring Summer 2023

This issue reflects on how we might respond to the constant onslaught of a new reactionary right based on the critical role that we believe art can play. Rather than praising individual resilience, in which humans are both the victims of trauma and responsible for its healing, the essays in this issue call for resistance. In addition to its critical approach, this issue also considers social and cultural healing, love, and kindness. It seems that by agreeing to work toward social solidarity and climate justice, we are in the process of returning to resilience its connotation of hope.