This Month’s Magazine

This month’s guest editor is acclaimed multidisciplinary artist Babs Reingold. We explore the theme of art and the environment in Reingold’s studio and work, with two women who step out of the studio to change the world, Hurricane Irma with artist Kenny Jensen, an interview with celebrated author Jeff Vandermeer and more.

Guest Editor Babs Reingold’s Roots of Inspiration

Multidisciplinary artist Babs Reingold doesn't preach but doesn't shy away from asking big questions about humanity and environmental (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | THIS MONTH'S MAGAZINE, VISUAL ARTS

Dancing with a Hurricane | Kenny Jensen

“My favorite place on the Earth is that land, at Gulf Hammock,” artist Kenny Jensen says in an achingly earnest way. I immediately Googled (...)

BY DANNY OLDA | THIS MONTH'S MAGAZINE, VISUAL ARTS

Drawing the Line

Two New York Artists, Each Working Urgently in Times of Water Crises Florida has water problems, as does the country and the whole world. Harsh (...)

BY EVA AVENUE | THIS MONTH'S MAGAZINE, VISUAL ARTS

Living in the Zone: Jeff Vandermeer on Weird Fiction, the Environment, and Human Stupidity.

Florida has always had its handful of heavy-hitters in the book world, from Zora Neale Hurston to Carl Hiaasen. In the last few years, a new (...)

BY DAVID MORRIS | LITERATURE, THIS MONTH'S MAGAZINE

‘The Last Dog Standing in Aripeka’ — A Visit with Leslie Neumann

Leslie Neumann wouldn’t live anywhere else in the world -- easy to understand as we gazed at an amazing panorama of coastal marsh from her (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | THIS MONTH'S MAGAZINE, VISUAL ARTS

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