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In this issue, Robert Liles introduces Tansaekhwa, a controversial movement associated with a loosely connected group of South Korean painters active from the late 1960s; from London, Stephanie Bailey meets Pakistani-British artist Rasheed Araeen, a pioneering spirit who, also in the 1960s, made some of the earliest Minimalist art; and the fully reprinted letter of Thai-Indian artist Navin Rawanchaikul that he wrote as a tribute to Montien Boonma (1953–2003), describing the Thai art scene since the artist’s death more than a decade ago. In our artist and collector profiles, we look at the careers of Australian collector and philanthropist Gene Sherman and Indian photographer Anup Mathew Thomas. Guest contributor Taro Masushio meets performative artist Ei Arakawa, and contributing editor Isabella E. Hughes speaks with Doha-based Iraqi artist Mahmoud Obaidi about his concept of home. In One on One, Hong Kong artist Lee Kit offers some notes about his obsession with a mysterious character named Johnny, who seems to be everywhere and nowhere in the artist’s dreams; in Where I Work, AAP goes to the home-studio of Ramin Haerizadeh,Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian in Dubai; and our new desk editor Ruben Luong files a Dispatch report from Ho Chi Minh City. Reviews include: Louis Ho on the 19th Biennale of Sydney; Nadia al-Issa on \"How Green Was My Valley\" at White Box Art Center, New York; plus much more.

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