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ArtReview October 2022

ArtReview October 2022

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ArtReview’s October issue looks to artists and thinkers who turn their attention to forgotten histories, narratives and knowledge systems to put the present under a new light. Featuring: a cover profile of Jeffrey Gibson, an American-indigenous artist whose vibrant and playful work seeks to unpick and repattern some of the persistent mythologies around the depiction of native cultures; radical political thinker Noam Chomsky on what we can learn from the late anthropologist David Graeber’s revisionist writings and his posthumously published study of pirate societies; and, ahead of his first UK show, we take a look at the work of Tyler Mitchell, whose photographs of Black bodies in bucolic settings and idyllic landscapes seek to address their historical exclusion from such leisurely contexts and representations.

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview Giulia Cenci by Ross Simonini
Hello, Darkness by Mariacarla Molè
Shifting Sands by Martin Herbert
Call and Response by Cat Kron

Art Featured
Jeffrey Gibson by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Noam Chomsky on David Graeber, interview by Nika Dubrovsky
Tyler Mitchell by Fi Churchman
Ruangrupa, interview by J. J. Charlesworth & Mark Rappolt
Sylvia Schedelbauer by Ren Scateni
The Future Will Be an Out of Body Experience by Venus Lau

Art Reviewed
Aichi Triennale 2022, by Mark Rappolt
The Dark Arts: Aleksandra Waliszewska and Symbolism from the East and North, by Phoebe Blatton
Bill Lynch, by John Quin Mary Kelly, by Claudia Ross
Black Melancholia, by Owen Duffy
Carolee Schneemann, by Tom Denman
Marcus Coates, by Adam Hines-Green
Splendid Isolation, by Pádraic E. Moore
Ghislaine Leung, by Maddie Hampton
Out of the Margins: Performance in London’s Institutions 1990s – 2010s, by Bryony White
Mark van Yetter, by Martin Herbert
Desmanchar, Desfaz (Disrupt, Dissolve), by Oliver Basciano
Sarah Sze, by Ben Eastham

Books
How Not to Exclude Artist Mothers (and other parents), by Hettie Judah, reviewed by Adeline Chia
Illuminations, by Alan Moore, reviewed by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Folk Music A Bob Dylan Biography in Seven Songs, by Greil Marcus, reviewed by Martin Herbert
I Fear My Pain Interests You, by Stephanie LaCava, reviewed by David Terrien
Best of Friends, by Kamila Shamsie, reviewed by Toby Lichtig
Amy Sherald: The World We Make, reviewed by Nirmala Devi
Death by Landscape, by Elvia Wilk, reviewed by Alice Bucknell
Our Santiniketan, by Mahasweta Devi, reviewed by Mark Rappolt

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