As we move through the 10th month of the COVID19 pandemic, the death toll has been moderated in most countries thanks to the tireless work of frontline medical workers who are without a doubt the unsung heroes in all of this and owed an immense debt of gratitude. This mitigation in death toll has come about as a result of the work of medical researchers and scientists… and everyday people intelligent enough to follow their recommendations. Sadly it's not over so we must continue to be vigilant.
Of course it is difficult to assemble a magazine that features coverage on art-related events when they simply haven’t taken place. Every major automotive event in the past months has been canceled. And now, at least the early part of 2021 looks bleak too… for example, the Paris Retromobile show has already been moved to June and the February Toronto International AutoShow has been canceled completely.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank our many contributors and especially Rob Alen and Wallace Wyss for their continued excellence in reporting.
We wish you all good health in the coming months. Keep yourself and your family safe and we hope to see you at an event in the not too distant future. We hope to have more optimistic news for you in March.
Our publication is still live. The last five years of issues have been archived and continue to be available to you. Our almost constant change in layouts to accommodate ever-changing screens has resulted in the removal of early artist feature stories. We have reformatted and relaunched a number of these from the earliest and now deleted editions... take a look here: »Archived Artist Stories Index. See an index of archived back issues here: »Archived Issues Index. Links to these issues are available below by date.***
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Be well, stay healthy. As always, I welcome your comments.
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