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ArtReview October 2023

ArtReview October 2023

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In the October issue of ArtReview, Jessica Lanay writes about Rirkrit Tiravanija, the subject of a retrospective at New York’s MOMA PS1, Chris Fite-Wassilak addresses the legacies of Mike Kelley on the eve of a retrospective at the Bourse de Commerce, Paris, and Martin Herbert zeroes in on the extraordinarily diverse range of interests on display in a retrospective of Harry Smith at the Whitney, New York. Marv Recinto reports on the work of Rory Pilgrim and Helen Cammock in the context of UK artists centring their practices on care work, while a doctor and a nurse tell distinct stories about art, medicine and the ‘postpandemic’ present. Emilie L. Gossiaux is interviewed about a body of work richly informed by a dog, Adam Thirlwell revisits avant-garde novel and artwork DICTEE (1982), Amber Husain writes about the Chicago-set television series The Bear (2021–) and Jamie Sutcliffe goes behind the scenes of animated cartoons. Plus: the full complement of exhibition and book reviews from around the world.

What's inside the issue?

Art Observed
The Interview Emilie L. Gossiaux by Emily McDermott
Writing Practice by Adam Thirlwell
Feeding the Rich by Amber Husain
Politics of Hate by Deepa Bhasthi
Tortuous Tunes by Jamie Sutcliffe

Art Featured
Rirkrit Tiravanija by Jessica Lanay
Mike Kelley by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Performing Care by William Gass
Rory Pilgrim & Helen Cammock  by Marv Recinto
Art & Medicine  by John Quin
Harry Smith by Martin Herbert

Art Reviewed
35th Bienal de São Paulo, by Oliver Basciano
Ugly Painting, by Claudia Ross
Etel Adnan & Simone Fattal, by Jasmine Reimer
Gabriel Massan & Collaborators, by J. J. Charlesworth
Pam Evelyn, by Tom Morton
Neo Rauch, by Digby Warde-Aldam
Iannis Xenakis, by Athanasios Argianas
Tolia Astakhishvili, by Martin Herbert
cameron clayborn, by Jenny Wu
Converge 45, Jonathan Griffin
Dominik Lang, by Max L. Feldman 
My Past is a Foreign Country, by Carlos Kong
Blakytna Trojanda, by Phoebe Blatton 
How Many Worlds Are We?, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Suchitra Mattai, by Jenny Wu
Rebecca Moss, by Lara Pawson
Trust Me, by Cassie Packard
Sola Olulode, by Madeleine Jacob 
Inventing the Rest, by Salena Barry
Socorro!, by Lucy Raven, reviewed by Fi Churchman 
The Variations, by Patrick Langley, 
reviewed by Alexander Leissle 
The Upside-Down World, by Benjamin Moser, reviewed by Oliver Basciano 
The Future Future, by Adam Thirlwell, reviewed by Mark Rappolt 
Viewing Velocities, by Marcus Verhagen, reviewed by J. J. Charlesworth 
Latin American Artists: From 1785 to Now, edited by Rebecca Morrill and Maia Murphy,
reviewed by Oliver Basciano

Arbuckle’s Amazing Adventures

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