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ArtReview Asia Spring 2023

ArtReview Asia Spring 2023

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In the Spring issue of ArtReview Asia: Michele Chu’s intimate and experimental practice intervenes in different aspects of human connection; Kamin Lertchaiprasert merges the conceptual with the spiritual as he looks inwards to reconcile his younger and older selves; Nusantara is Indonesia’s answer to its old, sinking capital Jakarta but will it work?; The works of Maya Lin, initially known for winning the Vietnam War Memorial competition as an undergraduate, have matured into one that joins together ecological activism, political engagement, and a melancholic beauty; and Eddy Susanto’s artist project that features a series of Southeast Asian maps superimposed with texts and imagery of Javanese history. Also in this issue, previews around the world, plus exhibition, book, and film reviews including Myth Makers—Spectrosynthesis III at Tai Kwun, Bollywood Superstars at Louvre Abu Dhabi and Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman directed by Pierre Földes.

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
Previews by ArtReview Asia
Giving a Shit by Martin Herbert
How Hindu Nationalism Has Reshaped Indian Identity by Deepa Bhasthi
Notes on Riyadh’s Art Scene by Rahel Aima
The Interview Michele Chu by Fi Churchman

Art Featured
Kamin Lertchaiprasert by Max Crosbie-Jones
The Map Series: Artist Project by Eddy Susanto
Nusantara, Indonesia’s New Capital by Adeline Chia
Maya Lin by Andrew Russeth

Art Reviewed
Myth Makers – Spectrosynthesis III, by Ophelia Lai
Romantic Irony, by Andrew Russeth
Daniel Boyd, by Tai Mitsuji
Poyen Wang, by Kevin Wu Xiyao Wang, by Yuwen Jiang
An Ocean in Every Drop, by Yalda Bidshahri
Pictures in the Mind, by Adeline Chia
Hao Liang, by Fi Churchman
Kantara, by Deepa Bhasthi Udomsak Krisanamis, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Braving Time, by Tai Mitsuji
Dream of the Day, by Lim Sheau Yun
Bollywood Superstars, by Mark Rappolt
Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman, by Ren Scateni
ARS22, by Nadine Khalil

Books
Southeast Asia: A History in Objects, by Alexandra Green, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Owlish, by Dorothy Tse, reviewed by Elaine Chiew
Hospital, by Han Song, reviewed by J. J. Charlesworth
How to Stand Up to a Dictator, by Maria Ressa, reviewed by Marv Recinto
Hit Parade of Tears, by Izumi Suzuki, reviewed by Marv Recinto
The Sthory of Two Wimmin Named Kalyani and Dakshayani, by R. Rajasree, reviewed by Mark Rappolt

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