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ArtReview November 2022

ArtReview November 2022

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The November issue of ArtReview looks at question of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ taste, the blurring of absolute values and essential truths – and the potential in between. Featuring a cover profile on Turner Prize-nominee Sin Wai Kin, who has been upending gender essentialism via their drag queen personas since the early 2010s; a look at the ’bad’ paintings of American artist Robert Nava; a discussion between artists Stan Burnside and Tavares Strachan, on unlearning the Western art-historical canon via the collaborative ethos of Junkanoo, a Caribbean carnival-style street parade and sacred cultural rite; and a journey through Bangkok, following an audio walk by Orawan Arunrak. Also in this issue Ross Simonini talks to Barcelona-based duo Lolo & Sosaku; Rosanna McLaughlin wonders what a true-crime podcast about Ana Mendieta’s death adds to the discourse; plus, the usual selection of exhibition and book reviews from around the world, including the 58th Carnegie International and Bergen Assembly 2022.

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview: Lolo & Susaku by Ross Simonini
The State of Feminist Art History by Eliza Goodpasture
Death of an Artist by Rosanna McLaughlin

Art Featured
Sin Wai Kin by Skye Sherwin
Orawan Arunrak by Max Crosbie-Jones
Stan Burnside and Tavares Strachan, interview by Mark Rappolt
Kim Bohie, interview by Mark Rappolt
Robert Nava by Owen Dušy

Art Reviewed
Wolfgang Tillmans, by Cassie Packard
Walter Price, by Martin Herbert
Remote, by Louise Darblay
58th Carnegie International, by Evan Moffitt
Wolfgang Laib, by J.J. Charlesworth
Cerith Wyn Evans, by Mike Pinnington
Leila Hekmat, by Emily May
16th Biennale de Lyon, by Digby Warde-Aldam
Andra Ursuta, by Skye Sherwin
Bergen Assembly 2022, by Rodney LaTourelle
Jake Chapman, by Andrew Bracey
Ana Prata, by Gaby Cepeda
At Home/On Stage: Asian American Representation in Photography and Film, by Claudia Ross
Gene Beery & Lily van der Stokker, by Terry R. Myers
Flanagan’s Wake, by Jonathan Griffin
Afterimage, by Francesco Tenaglia

The Art of Activism and the Activism of Art, by Gregory Sholette & Artivism: the Battle for Museums in the Era of Postmodernism, by Alexander Adams, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
Faith, Hope and Carnage, by Nick Cave and Seán O’Hagan, reviewed by James Cook
Tove Jansson: The Illustrators, by Paul Gravett, reviewed by Louise Darblay
Crisis as Form, by Peter Osborne, reviewed by Jacob Koster
Yunizar: New Perspectives, reviewed by Elaine Chiew

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