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ArtReview Summer 2021

ArtReview Summer 2021

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In the Summer issue, ArtReview looks to artists whose artmaking is about the creation of private worlds. Featured in this issue: a profile of Nairobi- and London-based painter Michael Armitage ahead of his summer exhibition at the Royal Academy; Ines Doujak’s surreal works that confront historical and present injustices; Mexican sculptor Ángela Gurría’s love of rocks; New Orleans photographers Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun reflect on their city’s resilience towards disaster; and Rindon Johnson explores his identity as a Black trans American through language. Words, he says, are “the most liberatory thing we’ve got”. Also included are exhibition reviews by Lucy Raven, Lindsey Mendick, Sula Bermudez-Silverman, Charles Gaines, Jim Lambie and Joachim Koester. Musician and filmmaker Flying Lotus is the latest artist to sit down with Ross Simonini for a free-wheeling conversation, plus the regular mix of opinion, book reviews and back-page musings to keep you content throughout the summer

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview: Flying Lotus by Ross Simonini
India Is Choking by Charu Nivedita
Art Market [zzz] by Martin Herbert

Art Featured
Ines Doujak by Christian Egger
Michael Armitage by Martin Herbert
‘Then and Now’ Artist project by Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun
Rindon Johnson by Emily McDermott
Ángela Gurría by Gaby Cepeda

Art Reviewed
Kader Attia, by Ben Eastham
Sula Bermúdez-Silverman, by Eliza Levinson
Reprise, by Max L. Feldman
Lindsey Mendick, by Hettie Judah
Bigger than Myself: Heroic Voices from Ex-Yugoslavia, by Ana Vukadin
Technologies of the Self, by Cat Kron
Jim Lambie, by John Quin
Joachim Koester, by Pádraic E. Moore
Charles Gaines, by Kevin Brazil
Lucy Raven, by Evan Moffitt
Die Balkone 2, by Martin Herbert
Sanya Kantarovsky & Camille Blatrix and Anderson Borba & Alexandre Canonico, by Tomas Weber
Ivan Serpa and Yuli Yamagata, by Oliver Basciano
Something New Must Turn Up: Six Singaporean Artists After 1965, by Adeline Chia

Undinge, by Byung-Chul Han, reviewed by Gesine Borcherdt
Ethical Portraits, by Hatty Nestor,
reviewed by Philomena Epps
The Dancing Plague, by Gareth Brookes, reviewed by Louise Darblay
The Committed, by Viet Thanh Nguyen, reviewed by Ben Eastham
Karya, by Aravind Malagatti, reviewed by Deepa Bhasthi
China in One Village, by Liang Hong, and The Art of Contemporary China, by Jiang Jiehong, reviewed by Mark Rappolt

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