Explore Art and photography
Above the Tree Line
Teva Harrison visits and illustrates the Northwest Passage through the Canadian arctic for Granta 141: Canada
‘Circuses have the capacity to transform those rejected by society – the acrobats, rope-walkers, puppeteers and expelled demons – into wonders and celebrities.’
Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun
‘I began to look through archives, libraries, museums and private collections in search of images of Indigenous life that reflected integrity, strength, resourcefulness, hard work, family and play.’
The Canada Pictures
‘In the year leading up to this I started collecting objects that, in some way, evoked a sense of Canadianness in me.’
‘Through her art, Judy found a way to create beauty from what others discarded and, most importantly, she found her voice.’
One Picture, A Thousand Words
‘I think they are not on the right path. It’s wrong. What they are doing is wrong.’
‘Throughout the 1980s and 90s, Reynaldo photographed his world, a world that no longer exists in LA.’ Photographs by Reynaldo Rivera, introduced by Chris Kraus.
‘The creation of a screen memory is an encoding process: the screen retains all that is important from the past, but in encrypted form.’ Nuar Alsadir introduces the photographs of Francesca Todde.
‘Museums are not solely concerned with objects and our collective past, but also with ideas; notions of what the world is, or should be.’
Caravan of Freedom
When Fidel Castro died, his funeral procession was called a ‘Caravan of Freedom’, and extended 900km, from Santiago to Havana.
A photoessay documenting life along the 700-mile concrete and steel border between Mexico and the United States.
Sick of Steel
Tamburi sits in the shadow of one of Europe’s largest steel plants. The pollution is giving the locals cancer.
Another Great Leap
‘A man will only return to his birthplace in the countryside when he is dead. This is our reality.’