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In this issue

In the Autumn issue of ArtReview Asia, Andrew Russeth looks beyond the most famous work of artist Kim Beom – a 2012 video of an artist screaming at a canvas while he paints – to find an idiosyncratic and plainspoken art whose message, taken at face value, is How to become a rock. Adeline Chia listens to the latest release by Indonesian musician Kasimyn, adding context to a difficult and rewarding concept album. Mark Rappolt looks at how Sancintya Mohini Simpson explores memories held in materials, particularly as she tracks the movements of an Indian diaspora displaced through indentured servitude. ArtReview Asia speaks with Cai Guo-Qiang on the occasion of the Chinese artist’s retrospective in Tokyo, a collaboration with Saint Laurent. Yongwoo Lee profiles the revolutionary work of Wang Tuo. And Wang Bing tells ArtReview Asia that filmmaking is not so complicated. Plus columns on the destruction of culture and history in India for political purposes; and the poor example being set by US museums with tainted Thai treasure in their collections. Also: exhibition and book reviews from around the world.

ArtReview Asia Magazine Description:





Launched in May 2013 and published quarterly, ArtReview Asia brings the values
of ArtReview to the artistic production of the world’s largest and most diverse

With its headquarters in Shanghai, and associate editors and contributors
spread across the continent, ArtReview Asia covers art from both the West and
the East, and a few places in between, and targets readerships based in Asia and
those with an interest in Asia’s art scenes worldwide. ArtReview Asia’s writers
include some of the leading critics and fiction writers in the region, among
them awardwinning Thai writer Prabda Yoon and leading Tamil writer Charu
Nivedita. Reviews have an emphasis on shows in Asia or by artists from Asia,
and the majority of ARA’s writers and critics are based in the territories they
cover. As Asia’s art scenes evolve and develop to include some of the most
commercially successful and internationally exhibited artists on the planet,
ArtReview Asia aims to provide a central and independent platform upon which
those contributions can be evaluated and discussed, without restraint or
restriction, and in full consciousness of the ideas and contexts in which they
have evolved. ArtReview Asia is uniquely placed to analyse art produced in Asia
in the context of both local specificities and the global art discourse.

In keeping with ArtReview’s core goals, ArtReview Asia is also dedicated to
exploring the ways in which ideas developed by artists are absorbed by other
cultural genres, from fashion and film to architecture and design. Artists,
however, are at its heart: previous editions have featured collaborations with
both the continent’s leading figures and its hottest new talents – from Rirkrit
Tiravanija to Yuko Mohri, from Lee Bul to Haegue Yang and Apichatpong
Weerasethakul, from Heman Chong to Birdhead, Waqas Khan, Chim Pom,
Yang Fudong and Koki Tanaka.

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