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Pick of the Week
Pick of the Week

In Issue 116, Los Angeles desk editor Jennifer S. Li reviewed Nonaka-Hill’s solo exhibition of Japanese conceptualist Yutaka Matsuzawa (1922–2006), who sought to explore notions of impermanence and consciousness through artistic modes beyond traditional object-based practice. The full text is also available in Chinese.

Web Reviews
Who Are Interested in Us?
Japan China
Tokyo SCAI the Bathhouse

He Xiangyu

China
Shanghai Institute of Contemporary Arts, NYU Shanghai

Zheng Bo

Japan USA
Chicago Wrightwood 659

Tetsuya Ishida

Australia New Zealand Samoa Tonga
Sydney 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

John Vea

Opportunities
Opportunities

Check out our Opportunities page for information on awards, open calls, residencies, job openings, and more from organizations and initiatives around the world. Stay tuned for updated listings, or contact us if you have an opportunity to offer.

Issue 116

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Podcast
Podcast

In the sixth episode of the ArtAsiaPacific Podcast, Pio Abad reveals that the novel he’s always dreamed of writing would be based on non-fictional family histories of adventure, revolution, triumph, and grief, and tells us how the fantasy of this multi-generational novel inspires his multidisciplinary practice. Tune in to the episode for this interview, our exhibition roundup, and haiku review here.

Gathering: Political Writing on Art and Culture

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Totebag Bundle: Au Hoi Lam, Kunié Sugiura, Pio Abad, Slavs and Tatars

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