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ArtReview Asia Spring 2022

ArtReview Asia Spring 2022

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The Spring issue of ArtReview Asia looks at how different materials – from textile and film, to painting, debris and the written word – can speak to issues of conflict, environment, censorship, race relations and political consciousness. Featuring Shubigi Rao, who will represent Singapore at this year’s Venice Biennale; Apichatpong Weerasethakul, one of Thailand’s most acclaimed filmmakers tackling the country’s state oppression; Michael Wang whose latest body of work investigates the pollution of China’s Lake Tai; Hyun-Sook Song’s paintings which contain memories of a past Korea; the work of revolutionary Filipina poet Kerima Tariman; and an interview with curator Legacy Russell, on the subversive power of quilts made by Black women’s cooperative Gee’s Bend.

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Art Previewed
Previews, by Nirmala Devi
Points of View, by Deepa Bhasthi, Mark Rappolt
Suhanya Raffel, interview by Mark Rappolt

Art Featured
Shubigi Rao, by Adeline Chia
Legacy Russell, interview by Clarity Haynes
Kerima Tariman, by Marv Recinto
Michael Wang, by Venus Lau
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Hyun-Sook Song, by Wenny Teo

Art Reviewed
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige’s Memory Box, by Marv Recinto
Where Jellyfish Come From, by Travis Jeppesen
10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, by Naomi Riddle
Ho Rui An, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Yuan Keru, by Suchao Li
One song is very much like another, and the boat is always from afar, by Leo Chen
...., by Andrew Russeth
Charles Lim, by Adeline Chia
Thailand Biennale, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Kang Seung Lee, by Andy St. Louis

Books
The City in Time: Contemporary Art & Urban Form in Vietnam & Cambodia, by Pamela N. Corey, reviewed by Max Crosbie-Jones
Scattered All Over the Earth, by Yoko Tawada, reviewed by Thu-Huong Ha
Shamans of the Blind Country, by Michael Oppitz, reviewed by Fi Churchman
Bibliolepsy, by Gina Apostol, reviewed by Marv Recinto
Peach Blossom Spring, by Melissa Fu, reviewed by Nirmala Devi
Run and Hide, by Pankaj Mishra, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Diplomatic Gifts. A History in Fifty Presents, by Paul Brummell, reviewed by Oliver Basciano
Leelee Chan’s Art Journey: Tokens From Time, edited by András Szántó, reviewed by Nirmala Devi

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