Alibi V.29 No.31 • July 30-Aug 5, 2020 
Ellen Lesperance

Arts Interview

What We Wear When We Protest

Ellen Lesperance on sweaters

Ellen Lesperance is a painter interested in the sweaters worn by the protesting women during the 19 years of an all-women anti-nuclear protest outside the gates of the Royal Airforce base Greenham Common in England throughout the ’80s and ’90s. Weekly Alibi sat down with Lesperance to talk about protests, knitting and the strength of sweaters.
The Tinker of Tinkertown
Clarke Condé

Art Magnified

A Life Made While You Were Watching TV

The tinker of Tinkertown

Time was one of the crazier places you could go in New Mexico was the Tinkertown Museum. There you would find an amorphous structure and grounds that displayed a genuine fear of blank spaces and the unbounded creative output of its creator, Ross Ward. Sadly, Ward died in 2002 but the new book The Tinker of Tinkertown: The Life and Art of Ross Ward is a tribute to his work and a creative life well lived.

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Where People Aren’t

Nicola López: Haunted

Artist Nicola López will install Haunted in the Albuquerque Museum lobby as part of the annual Visiting Artist program.
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