Look for portfolios by Mona Miri and Lisa Kessler of Boston, and newly minted Guggenheim Fellow Katherine Turczan of Minnesota. Plus an interview by Howard Bossen with Concord-based photojournalist Ivan Massar in our Retrospect section.
When a new issue of LOUPE goes to the printers, the old issue is prepared for storage and online access in PDF form. Issue one is already available (link); issue two, featuring Justin Newhall, Julia Curtin, and Lori Grinker, with an essay by Vicki Goldberg, will be released electronically in June.
Remember, the best way to get LOUPE is to become a member of the PRC. It is available for purchase at the gallery, and in select college and art libraries in New England and across the country. But by becoming a member you get it delivered to your postal address three times a year. That and all the other benefits of membership are yours for the modest entry-level price of $50 per year for individuals.
Take a good look at the PRC and LOUPE. And return here to BPF for extended content, plus reader feedback.