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ArtReview November 2023

ArtReview November 2023

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In the November issue of ArtReview, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran speaks with Mark Rappolt about his new show opening in Glasgow later in the month, promising it will be “very dystopian” as well as a bit Frankensteinian. Nathalie Olah and Mitch Speed contribute essays on class in the context of art, focusing on the annexation of the artworld by the ruling class. Mariacarla Molè writes on the long afterlife of Thomas Hirschhorn’s temporary monuments. Also interviews with fashion designer, artist and thinker Grace Bonner Wales, and the Brazilian artist Tadáskía, whose work is getting attention at the Bienal de São Paulo. Claudia Ross investigates Analia Saban’s critique of how value is assigned, while Amber Husain comments on the emptiness of luxury minimalism and Kuba Szreder proposes a less exploitative model for museums. Plus Adam Thirlwell on why ‘writing’ sounds better than ‘literature’, and Jamie Sutcliffe on the need for artists working as ‘gleaners’ in the debris of ever-advancing technologies. And the full complement of exhibition and book reviews from around the world. 

What's inside the issue?

 
Art Observed
The Interview Grace Wales Bonner by Emily McDermott
Writing Practice by Adam Thirlwell
Belly of the Beast by Amber Husain
Positions by Kuba Szreder
Not So Fast by Jamie Sutcliffe

Art Featured
Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran by Mark Rappolt
Objects of Ridicule by Nathalie Olah
Means of Production by Mitch Speed
Tadáskía by Guilherme Teixeira
Thomas Hirschhorn by Mariacarla Molè
Analia Saban by Claudia Ross

Art Reviewed
EXHIBITIONS & BOOKS 
“Pictures Girls Make”, by Jonathan Griffin
Marianna Simnett, by Emily May
Mestre Dicinho, by Mateus Nunes
Steirischer Herbst, by Alexander Leissle
Sarah Lucas, by Tom Morton
Sable Elyse Smith, by Rachel M. Tang
Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, by Benoît Loiseau
Dom Sylvester Houédard, by Max Feldman
Helen Marten, by Jenny Wu
EVA International, by Rebecca O’Dwyer
What Models Make Worlds, by Cassie Packard
Christian Marclay, by Mark Rappolt
Tomas Leth, by Jonathan Griffin
María Magdalena Campos-Pons, by Zoë Hopkins
Wanda Czełkowska, by Phoebe Blatton
Jan Van Imschoot, by Martin Herbert
Benjamin Senior, by J.J. Charlesworth
Phumzile Khanyile, by Matthew Blackman
In the shade of the sun, by Marv Recinto
Arlette, by Salena Barry
Who Does Not Envy with Me, by Maria Fusco, reviewed by Roy Claire Potter
Artists Making Books: Poetry to Politics, by Venetia Porter,
reviewed by Nirmala Devi
Selected Nonfiction, 1962–2007, by J.G. Ballard, reviewed by David Terrien
Monica, by Daniel Clowes, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
Bring No Clothes: Bloomsbury and Fashion, by Charlie Porter, reviewed by Clara Young
Zhang Xiao: Community Fire, by Zhang Xiao, Ou Ning and Ilisa Barbash, reviewed by Yuwen Jiang

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