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ArtReview March 2023

ArtReview March 2023

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In the March issue, ArtReview considers the state of art education, asking, ‘Who is it for?’, ‘Where should you go?’ and ‘Is it even worth it?’ From formal institutional options, to alternative education models, ArtReview explores what it means to ‘learn’ to be an artist, and what role art schools actually play today. Mixing fact, opinion, whimsy, provocation and practicalities, ArtReview identifies the options when it comes to selecting (or rejecting) art schools in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia. ArtReview also asks artists what they learned in art school, and what they would do differently if they had to do it again. Teachers and curators get their say too, in this comprehensive and contextualising analysis of institutions, alternative institutions and possible future institutions for teaching and learning to make art.

What's inside the issue?

Art Observed
Erin Jane Nelson, interview by Emily McDermott

Art Featured
School’s Out! by ArtReview
Oyindamola Fakeye, interviewed by Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh
Alternative Art Schools: Africa, Europe, East and Southeast Asia, North America, South America
Chus Martínez, interview by Oliver Basciano
Doryun Chung, interview by Mark Rappolt
The Black School’s Process Deck
Candice Hopkins, interview by Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds
Undisciplined, by Kuba Szreder

Art Reviewed
People Make Television, by J.J. Charlesworth
Sigrid Holmwood, by Marv Recinto
Yuri Ancarani, by Martin Herbert
Jumana Manna, by Maddie Hampton
Dance As You Wrestle, by Alice Bucknell
Wynnie Mynerva, by Salena Barry
Mohammed Sami, by Tom Morton
TARWUK, by Alexander Leissle
Christian Marclay, by Digby Warde-Aldam
Sanya Kantarovsky, by Cassie Packard
Zé Tepedino, by Oliver Basciano
Alexis Blake, by Emily May
Freidrich Kunath, by Claudia Ross
Peter Halley, by Terry R. Myers
Georges Senga, by Francesco Tenaglia
Beatrice Gibson, by Caitlin Quinlan
Ming Smith, by Jenny Wu
Dana-Fiona Armour, by Jesper Eklund
Naomi Hawksley, by Alexandra Drexelius
Maximiliano Rosiles, by Gaby Cepeda
Bangkok Art Biennale, by Mark Rappolt

Books
Surrealists in New York, by Charles Darwent, reviewed by Brittany Rosemary Jones
Set Fear on Fire, by LASTESIS, reviewed by Naomi Larsson Piñeda
Livin’ Loud: ARTitation, by Chuck D, reviewed by Martin Herbert
ESG’s Come Away with ESG (33 1/3), by Cheri Percy, reviewed by Alexander Leissle
Not So Black and White, by Kenan Malik, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
Art School Orgy, by Stewart Home reviewed by Nirmala Devi

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