Including postage to United Kingdom
[wherever]: interviews el seed, world-renowned street artist about feeling “out of place” and asks if selling high-value art in galleries has changed his work. francesca borri, a war reporter in syria reflects on her time in aleppo under siege. in a photo essay "tourist terrorism" from ethiopia, monne tuinhout explores how tourists impact the environment and people they are visiting. also, in contrast with the usual parachute guides to marfa, [wherever] presents one written by a long-time resident about the surrounding areas, revealing a little bit more than we're used to reading about the fashionable town in the texan desert. adrian morales shoots an editorial in nashville exploring the utility of scarves, and in "brownshoe country," benajmin moore defends middle-america. “it's not the journey, it's the stopping for the clams” is a narrative about a road trip...kind of. sophie chamas interviews an anonymous flight attendant based in dubai about her work/life balance and ann gaul explores the women on moroccan postcards in "mediating morocco." sarah tanburn accompanies her mother to india, where she has not visited since she was a child, when she was the colonial governor's daughter.