Hi-Fructose Vol.39 features, "Very Strange Days, Indeed", a cover feature with fantastic painterJenny Morgan, the bright and quiet narratives of painterAndrew Brandou, the painfully dark work of master painterOdd Nerdrum, the playful world of artistTripper Dungan,R.S. Connett's highly detailed "micro verse", fantastic water color paintings byDima Rebus, and the powerful tiny street installations of sculptorIsaac Cordal. Plus major features on sculptorScott Hoveinside his teeth-gnashing Cakeland, and Portland painterDavid Rice's wildlife-filled work. Plus a review ofJoan Cornelìa's insanely demented Mox Nox book.
This issue also includes a special 16-page preview of theTurn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructoseexhibition at the Virginia MOCA. In the preview are images of a selection of pieces from the show including artists:James Jean, Jeremy Geddes, Jean-Pierre Roy, Tiffany Bozic, Kris Kuksi, Ron English, Travis Louie, Martin Wittfooth, Gehard Demetz, Todd Schorr, Kehinde Wiley, Mark Ryden, A.J. Fosik, Greg "Craola" Simkins, Tara McPherson, and Josh Keyes.