July–August 2018

Volume 8, Number 2


Not so very long ago, “weather” was a byword for the benign and noncontroversial—a topic stuck securely to the self-evident (“nice day”) or at least the dispassionate (“think it’ll be a cold winter?”). Poets and songwriters reached for weather as a handy metaphor (“Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone”) since its experience was shared by all. That was before “climate” became a byword for existential risk. This issue of Art in Print charts these shifting winds.

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