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ArtReview Asia Summer 2022

ArtReview Asia Summer 2022

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In ArtReview Asia’s Summer issue: London-based filmmaker Lawrence Lek’s enduring preoccupation with what it means to be ‘alive’; the stories told around Indian Partition, whose 75th anniversary approaches; the production of outsider anime director Masaaki Yuasa, whose latest genre-deconstructing film, Inu-Oh, has just been released; the nature and influence of diasporic living on artists of Philippine heritage, including Carlos Villa, Paul Pfeiffer and Josh Kline; the histories of collective practice in Indonesia and the ways in which they have shaped the trajectory of the country’s artists today; and an artist project by Chicago-based Xu Guanyu. Also in the issue, previews from around the world, plus book, film and exhibition reviews, including the Biennale of Sydney, Mounira Al Solh in the UK, Ruangsak Anuwatwimon in Bangkok and Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu in New York.

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