Andrew Menard

Andrew Menard, a former conceptual artist, has written a number of essays in recent years on land art, the environment, and the history of American landscape. His Sight Unseen: How Frémont’s First Expedition Changed the American Landscape (University of Nebraska Press, 2012) won a True West Magazine award for Best Book of the Year in the category of “Exploration”; his essay “Blind Spot” appeared in the Spring 2016 essay of The Georgia Review. He has received several NEA and New York State Council on the Arts fellowships and lives in New York City.

Georgia Review Archive for Andrew Menard

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The Boquillas Trail is located in a remote corner of Big Bend National Park in Texas. It begins with several long steps sloping gently upward, followed by a number… read more