Alibi V.20 No.15 • April 14-20, 2011 ››
Just like those old pictures of your great-great-grandpa E.T.
It all started with a gas mask. Looking like a menacing bug in a suit, photographer Wes Naman (formerly on staff at the Alibi) transformed his studio into an extraterrestrial time portal, from which he made a series of spooky, rustic self-portraits.
A Literary Object
Blue Mesa Review releases Issue 24
Finding a new beloved author and devouring everything he or she has written is exciting. So is adding a book to one’s top five, wait, top 10, OK, top 20 list of “best books ever.” But sifting through bestseller lists or taking off-base recommendations from friends and family gets tiresome. And how to find the newcomers, the undiscovered gems? Issue 24 of the Blue Mesa Review offers a way.
Afropop Worldwide Welcome Party
Executive producers of the NPR radio show visit in conjunction with the Making Africa exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum.
A Good Cry
Performative videos and sculptural installations, the exhibition questions and scrutinizes the the nature of crying behavior.
C19 Now!: The Climate for Indigenous Activism
renowned journalist and documentary film-maker specializing in coverage of Indigenous Peoples and events, Jenni Monet and Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale discuss climate issues.