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ArtReview Asia Summer 2024

ArtReview Asia Summer 2024

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In the Summer issue of ArtReview Asia, Kawita Vatanajyankur invites us to objectify her body in the service of a larger point about objectification, one that makes use of domestic scenes coated in a candy-flavoured layer of horror. Cheng Xinhao’s explorations of his home province of Yunnan entail feats of endurance; his medium is his body, he says, for the way it reveals connections between ‘events and the landscape, the image and history’. The Vietnam-based collective Art Labor works extensively with artists based in their country’s Central Highlands – ArtReview Asia looks at the ways the group’s interventions provide new models for collaboration. Also in this issue: an interview with Tibetan photographer Tenzing Dakpa, columns on the disruptive power of love ballads and carnivals, exhibition previews and reviews, the backstory of Qiao Guo and a hidden artist intervention.

What's inside the issue?

 

Art Previewed
Previews by ArtReview Asia
The Interview Tenzing Dakpa by Mark Rappolt
Assimilation Deepa Bhasthi
Popular Music Suraj Yengde

Art Featured
Kawita Vatanajyankur by Mark Rappolt
Cheng Xinhao by Max Crosbie-Jones
Art Labor by Adeline Chia
Liu Chuang by Mark Rappolt


Art Reviewed
Exhibitions & Books

Le Contre-Ciel, by Ophelia Lai
8th Yokohama Triennale, by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Wong Ping, by Stephanie Bailey
Farah Al Qasimi, by Elise Morton
Qian Qian, by Cindy Ziyun Huang
Living Another Future, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Timeless Curiosities, by Alfonse Chiu
Marisa Srijunpleang, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Tamiko Nishimura, by Sophia Stewart
Figuring a Scene, by Stephanie Yeap
The Unruly Archive, by Stephanie Syjuco, reviewed by Varun Nayar
The Book of Elsewhere, by China Miéville and Keanu Reeves, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
The Art Institution of Tomorrow, by Fatos¸ Üstek, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Like Love, by Maggie Nelson, reviewed by Chris Fite-Wassilak
The Swinging ’70s : Stars, Style and Substance in Hindi Cinema, edited by Nirupama Kotru & Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri, reviewed by Deepa Bhasthi
Knife, by Salman Rushdie, reviewed by Nirmala Devi

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