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ArtReview Summer 2024

ArtReview Summer 2024

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ArtReview’s Summer issue ponders the mutability of place. On the cover is Emeka Ogboh’s Boats, a gin made from Tasmanian and West African botanicals as part of the artist’s ongoing explorations of home and belonging that also include soundscapes. Carsten Höller and Adam Haar discuss their new sleep factory and experiments in dream influencing. Palestinian photographer Ahlam Shibli’s decades-long practice is the focus of an essay on her homeland’s history of occupation, violence and displacement. And Joyce Joumaa’s recent research-based videowork is examined for the ways in which it addresses both her home country of Lebanon and the geography of the migrant experience. Also in this issue, an interview with filmmaker Ephraim Asili and a column on David Adjaye’s architectural legacy in Accra, along with book and exhibition reviews from London, New York and Tokyo.

What's inside the issue?


Art Observed
The Interview Ephraim Asili by Jessica Lanay
Artefacts by Orit Gat
The Afterlives of Adjaye Associates by Anakwa Dwamena

Art Featured
Ahlam Shibli by Sarah Jilani
Carsten Höller & Adam Haar Interview by J.J. Charlesworth
Joyce Joumaa by Alexander Leissle
Emeka Ogboh by Martin Herbert
CONGEE Artist project by Alastair Kwan

Art Reviewed
Joan Jonas, by Cassie Packard
Lisa Freeman, by Declan Long
Nick Cave, by J.J. Charlesworth
Yael Bartana, by Nathaniel Budzinski
Adriano Costa, by Michael Kurtz
Beryl Cook / Tom of Finland, by Nathalie Olah
Roni Horn, by Martin Herbert
Hélène Fauquet, by Yuwen Jiang
Dean Sameshima, by Mark Rappolt
Catalina Ouyang, by Jenny Wu
Claire Lehmann, by Cat Kron
Tamiko Nishimura, by Sophia Stewart
After the End of History, by Oliver Basciano
Yoko Terauchi, by Mark Rappolt
Tim Kent, by Alex Estorick
Guy Brett, by J.J. Charlesworth
Nebula, by Mariacarla Molè
All That Glitters, by Orlando Whitfield, reviewed by Orit Gat
The Book of Elsewhere, by Keanu Reeves and China Miéville, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
The Art Institution of Tomorrow, by Fatos¸ Üstek, reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Like Love, by Maggie Nelson, reviewed by Chris Fite-Wassilak
The Understory, by Saneh Sangsuk, reviewed by Max Crosbie-Jones
George Sand, by Séverine Vidal & Kim Consigny, reviewed by Nirmala Devi


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