The Alpine Review is a magazine from Canada published, according its creators, 'partly for love but mostly for understanding.'
They're referring here to world events, or currents in contemporary life. We live an age of information overload (and fake news, even) in which we cannot take everything in, keep up with what's going on or determine what is important and what is not. The Alpine Review enlists some of the most interesting thinkers and creative minds to provide a measured examination of moments in the past that impact or shape the present and very possibly our future.
Launched in 2001, each issue is a mammoth undertaking (and a mammoth volume in itself) and it’s no surprise we’re only at No 3, exposing the notion of ‘permanence’. It’s worth the wait.