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ArtReview Summer 2022

ArtReview Summer 2022

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In ArtReview’s extended Summer issue, a focus on what the audience brings to the art. In the conceptual photography of Buck Ellison, images seemingly snapped from within the intimacy of wealthy households are rich in details with the power to repel, attract and implicate the viewer. In Richard Bosman’s atmospheric paintings of blind detectives and rainy city streets, a fellow painter sees not the storyboards of an American film noir but the depiction of what it feels like to be an artist. And a profile of Masaaki Yuasa highlights the anime director’s gonzo sensibility when it comes to toying with audience expectations and artistic conventions. Elsewhere in features, an essay examining the state of critical ocean studies; a look into the effect of NFTs on visual culture; an analysis of Katia Kameli’s videowork Le Roman algérien; and an interview with FRONT International Triennial artistic director Prem Krishnamurthy. Plus exhibition reviews of Virginia Overton, Carrie Mae Weems and Fiona Connor.

What's inside the issue?

Art Observed
Bonnie Camplin, Interview by Ross Simonini

Art Featured
Buck Ellison, by Jonathan Griffn
Katia Kameli’s Algerian Novel, by Louise Darblay
Disintegrating Bodies, by J.J. Charlesworth
A Float for the Future, Artist project by Wendy Red Star
Prem Krishnamurthy, Interview by Mark Rappolt
Oceanic Imaginaries, by Erik Morse
Richard Bosman, by Brad Phillips 

Art Reviewed
Virginia Overton, by Cal Revely-Calder
Youssef Nabil, by Digby Warde-Aldam
Fiona Connor, by Cat Kron
Tremblings, by Juliet Jacques
Vera Molnár, by Charlotte Kent
Toshiko Takaezu, by Owen Du¢y
Grace Ndiritu, by Pádraic E. Moore
Karen Lamassonne and Aurora Pellizzi, by Oliver Basciano
Carrie Mae Weems, by Emily McDermott
Petrit Halilaj, by Mitch Speed
Wanda Pimentel, by Oliver Basciano
Berlin Gallery Weekend, by Martin Herbert

Girl Online, by Joanna Walsh, reviewed by Anandi Mishra
Africa’s Struggle for Its Art: History of a Postcolonial Defeat, by Bénédicte Savoy, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective, by Paul Martineau, reviewed by Cat Kron
Time Is a Mother, by Ocean Vuong, reviewed by David Terrien
Smashing Statues, by Erin L. Thompson, reviewed by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Isolarii editions, reviewed by Cal Revely-Calder
SCUMB Manifesto: Society for Cutting Up Men’s Books, by Justine Kurland, reviewed by Fi Churchman


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