Nick DeWolf (1928-2006) is the omnipresent visual driving force of The Alpine Review. His iconic photography is nested in all three issues and clearly, the magazine would not be the same without his unique, timeless take on the world.
Ahem. We say, every time, that The Alpine Review will return. And it remains true! (See, it’s in your hands! It only took two and a bit years.) we even say it again on the next page, in case you doubt us.
Launching a print publication is as daunting as it is enlightening. Looking back on the process and looking forward to the future, our editor, Patrick Tanguay, explains the common threads woven into The Alpine Review.
There is an uncanny feeling that something profound is taking place at this very moment. Massive changes twisting and pulling at the fabric of our world. The Alpine Review — Observing the things that matter.
The Alpine Review Returns, anchored in the belief that our contemporary existence, filled with flashy distractions, requires a full examination; a collision of varied experiences and disciplines which cannot be achieved by singular and contemporary observation alone.