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In this issue, Neo-Geo artist Ashley Bickerton talks to Entang Wiharso, whose paintings and sculptural installations weave narratives of personal and political struggle with magical realism; Jyoti Dhar introduces the elegant photographic work of Dayanita Singh; and Andrew Cohen revisits the career of Chinese artist and Stars Group founding member Ma Desheng. In our yearlong, 20th-anniversary project 20/20, which attempts to pinpoint unconventional artworks and concepts from 1993 to the present, Nicholas Thomas recalls his first encounter with the painting Kulukakina (After Experiencing Something Miraculous, Withdraw) (2004), by Niue artist John Pule, while Ringo Bunoan reflects on the influential work of the late Roberto Chabet, the father of Philippine conceptual art. Also in 20/20, HG Masters looks at Lamia Joreige\'s documentary video Here and Perhaps Elsewhere (2003), which investigates disappearance and memory in the aftermath of the Lebanese Civil War, and Hendro Wiyanto revisits Christine Ay Tjoe’s installation series “Lama Sabakhtani Club” (2009–11), a stark examination of spiritual faith and its relationship with pain. In Profiles, Joyce Beckenstein sits down with art historian and former president and chief executive of Asia Society Vishakha Desai; Isabella E. Hughes visits the Abu Dhabi studio of Tarek al-Ghoussein; while Stephanie Bailey discusses the videos and installations by Dagestan’s rising young star Taus Makhacheva. In The Point, artist Leung Chi Wo reflects on the state of art education in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; in Where I Work, AAP goes to the New Delhi studio of Subodh Gupta; and Kevin Jones files a Dispatch report from Dubai. Reviews include: David Frazier on \"No-Mad-Ness in No Man’s Land\"; Susan Gibb on Siah Armajani; plus much more.

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