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ArtReview March 2021

ArtReview March 2021

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ArtReview knows better than to try and predict what will happen in the coming months, so in this new issue we turn to the subversive potential of imagination as a way out and forward, a catalyst for change. In particular, we look back on the work of the late Izumi Suzuki, the countercultural icon and sci-fi legend who, starting in the 1960s, revolutionised the genre of science fiction in Japan. In this time of malaise and isolation, Los Angeles-based Iranian artist and writer Gelare Khoshgozaran speaks to the value and power of dreams. Her latest film, delivered through the post box of one of ArtReview’s contributors, is a fractured, unfinished dream diary that points towards ‘a desire for escape, from the ruin, the virus, the violence’. From dreams to new forms of representation, we speak to Deutsche Börse Photography Prize-winner Mohamed Bourouissa as he prepares for a retrospective in London, with works that negotiate the visibility and portrayal of marginalised communities in different parts of the world.

What's inside the issue?

Art Previewed
The Interview: Tala Madani by Ross Simonini
Feral Atlas and the Anthropocene by Louise Darblay
Letter from Madras by Charu Nivedita

Art Featured
Mohamed Bourouissa by Mark Rappolt
Izumi Suzuki by Daniel Joseph
Gelare Khoshgozaran by Chris Fite-Wassilak
In Their Own Words by Chen Zhen and Maurizio Cattelan
Su Hui-Yu by Ren Scateni

Art Reviewed
Retail therapy in Paris, by Louise Darblay
Merlin James, by Ana Vukadin
John Edmonds, by Megan N. Liberty
Linda Nochlin, #MeToo and BLM, by Fi Churchman
Bangkok Art Biennale, by Max Crosbie-Jones
Jim Shaw, by Tom Denman
Genesis Tramaine, by Pádraic E. Moore
Klára Hosnedlóva, by Martin Herbert
Haegue Yang, by Andy St. Louis
Chen Zhe, by Paul Han
Tyranny of the white cube, by Martin Herbert
Teachings of John Berger and Arundhati Roy, by Mark Rappolt
Quadriennale d’Arte 2020, by Mariacarla Molè
Aby Warburg’s Bilderatlas, by Mark Rappolt
Resistance in São Paulo, by Oliver Basciano

Books
rein GOLD, by Elfriede Jelinek, reviewed by Martin Herbert
Open Water, by Caleb Azumah Nelson,
reviewed by Mark Rappolt
Yoo Youngkuk: Quintessence, edited by Rosa Maria Falvo, reviewed by Andy St. Louis
Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line, by Deepa Anappara, reviewed by Fi Churchman
Thai Cinema Uncensored, by Matthew Hunt, reviewed by Max Crosbie-Jones
Canceling Comedians While the World Burns, by Ben Burgis, reviewed by J.J. Charlesworth
The Things We’ve Seen, by Agustín Fernández Mallo, reviewed by David Terrien
Islands of Abandonment, by Cal Flyn, reviewed by En Liang Khong

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