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ArtReview November 2021

ArtReview November 2021

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In ArtReview’s November issue, topics surrounding poverty and injustice are mediated via social economies of the artworld. In the sometimes-controversial work of Renzo Martens, the Dutch artist places the economics of the artworld in the context of the economics of the ‘real’ world. Rosa Aiello’s videos and installations, meanwhile, explore the worlds of freelance and precarious work. Plus texts on Lynda Benglis, Shirin Neshat’s latest body of work, Land of Dreams, contrasting design languages on view in London, an intertwining of art and psychiatry in Brazil, and how the artworld’s embarrassed nostalgia makes itself known. Plus book and exhibitions reviews from cities around the world

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview Tarek Atoui
by Ross Simonini
Bispo do Rosário’s Psychiatric Ward by Catherine Balston
The Materials Taste by Aaron Angell
Tribute Acts by Martin Herbert

Art Featured
Renzo Martens by J.J. Charlesworth
Lynda Benglis by Jo Applin
Shirin Neshat interviewed by Fi Churchman
Rosa Aiello by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Haneda Sumiko by Ren Scateni

Art Reviewed
Mixing It Up, by David Trigg
Flint Jamison, by Digby Warde-Aldam
NFTism: No Fear in Trying, by J.J. Charlesworth
Michele Rizzo, by Emily May
7th Athens Biennale, by Ben Eastham
Berlin Atonal, by Martin Herbert
Elliott Hundley, by Evan Moffitt
Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, by Gwen Burlington
Alan Turner, by Martin Herbert
Gus Van Sant, by Justin Jaeckle
Frank Moore, by Benoît Loiseau
Jota, by Oliver Basciano
Crip Time, by Emily McDermott
DC Open, by Francesco Tenaglia
Danh Vo, by Ana Vukadin
The Things We Make, by Gaby Cepeda
Muhanned Cader, by Nadine Khalil

Books
Where at Home: Paint or Die, by Jochen Hiltmann, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Names for Light: A Family History, by Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint, reviewed by Adeline Chia
Stay Woke, Kids!, by Kazvare Knox, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
Culture Strike: Art and Museums in an Age of Protest, by Laura Raicovich, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
The Dancer: A Biography for Philippa Cullen, by Evelyn Juers, reviewed by Naomi Riddle
Walk on the Water, edited by Marc-Olivier Wahler,
reviewed by Nirmala Devi

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