Issue 109/110, Summer/Fall 2020
Our jam-packed double issue explores the theme of place, an idea as large and unwieldy as our diverse (and disputed) region. This issue is a passionate and essential exploration of the South—from the Ozarks to the coastline to the Delta, from rural communities to urban centers.
Featuring contributions by Minnijean Brown Trickey, Mik Awake, Baynard Woods, Rosalind Bentley, Ansel Elkins, John Lingan, and many others.
Special thanks to the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, the Presenting Sponsor of this issue.
“THIS STORY CANNOT BE TOLD UNLESS WE START FROM THE BEGINNING”
A conversation on Black history, sorrow, and protest
by Minnijean Brown Trickey and Crystal Mercer
Moderated by Danielle A. Jackson
Photographs by Ebony Blevins
Art by Deborah Roberts, Dionne Lee, Esther Pearl Watson, Jessica Fontenot, Jonathan Michael Castillo, Hope Gangloff, Antoine Williams, Haim Alvarez-Correa Brodmeier, Keris Salmon, Hélène Amouzou, Roe Ethridge, Carter/Reddy, John Divola, Matt White, Marion Post Wolcott, Rory Doyle, Timothy Hursley, Susan W. Raines, Johnny Defeo, Bill Aron, John Akomfrah, Jennifer West, John Lusk Hathaway, Jules Buck Jones, Lily Brooks, Caleb Charland, Royal Robertson, Lorna Simpson, Kris Graves, Milton Carter, Camilo Ramirez, Delita Martin, Ron Jude, Devan Shimoyama, Ebony Blevins, Maury Gortemiller, Ugo Mulas, Jasper Johns
Cover: “When you see me” (2019), by Deborah Roberts. Mixed media and collage on canvas. © Deborah Roberts. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Collection: Dallas Museum of Art, Texas