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ArtReview March 2022

ArtReview March 2022

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Two years on from the start of the pandemic, ArtReview zooms in artists who reflect on the body as a both fragile and resilient vessel and engage with care as practice. Featuring Sidsel Meineche Hansen, the Danish artist exploring our bodies as a site of resistance against a policed state; Gala Porras-Kim on giving agency to the dead and why museums need spiritual caretakers; Jesse Darling’s odes to fragility under capitalism; Nairy Baghramian’s bodily sculptures; and a critical look at the artists meaningfully mining the potential of digital art in the era of NFTs. Plus the usual mix of opinions, exhibition reviews and book reviews.

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview: Tenant of Culture by Ross Simonini
When Critics Use ‘I’ by Martin Herbert
The Magic Belt by Hortense Belhôte
Around Tallinn by Stephanie Bailey

Art Featured
Sidsel Meineche Hansen by Ben Eastham
Nairy Baghramian by Evan Moffitt
Gala Porras-Kim by Oliver Basciano
Jesse Darling by Louisa Elderton
Tales from the Token. By Jason R. Bailey, Eric Drass, Charlotte Kent, Rhea Myers

Art Reviewed
The case for Artists’ Basic Income, by Declan Long
Every Ocean Hughes, by Louise Darblay
Teresa Gierzyn´ska, by Phoebe Blatton
Francis Bacon, by Tom Denman
Haig Aivazian, by Salena Barry
Candice Lin, by Rachel Tang
This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, by Ela Bittencourt
Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings, by Frank Wasser
Paul Fagerskiöld, by Martin Herbert
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, by Jamie Sutcliffe
A new public art, by Dan Hicks
Where Jellyfish Come From, by Travis Jeppesen
Hugh Hayden, by Owen Duffy
Draw Your Own Conclusion, by J.J. Charlesworth
Nikesha Breeze, by Carissa Samaniego
Koenraad Dedobbeleer, by Pádraic E. Moore
Vogliamo tutto. An exhibition about labour: can we still want it all?, by Martin Holman
Future Generation Art Prize, by Rahel Aima
Our Silver City 2094, by Amrit Doll

Fuccboi, by Sean Thor Conroe, reviewed by Fi Churchman
Leelee Chan’s Art Journey: Tokens From Time, edited by András Szántó, reviewed by Nirmala Devi
Run and Hide, by Pankaj Mishra, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Posthuman Feminism, by Rosi Braidotti, reviewed by Nina Power
Diplomatic Gifts. A History in Fifty Presents, by Paul Brummell, reviewed by Oliver Basciano
André Butzer, reviewd by J.J. Charlesworth

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