Maps, by Nigel Peake

The drawings in Nigel Peake’s new collection are all “maps”, though this is not immediately obvious. Thanks to the contents page, we know that real places outnumber Calvino-esque fictions in this book, but the distinction matters little. In every case, what is depicted is a tapestry of imagination-documentary, bounded by ...

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