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In The Point, Issue 116, lawyer Michael McCullough of Pearlstein McCullough & Lederman LLP elucidates what the United States tariffs on Chinese goods will mean for art businesses. The full text is also available in Chinese.


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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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