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ISSUE 105

SEP/OCT 2017

Issue 105
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Online Content
Features

Ancestral Sisterhoods of the Deep Sea and Outer Space

Also available in:  Chinese
Editor's Letter

Site Specificities

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

There is plenty of anecdotal evidence that far-flung parts of the world are becoming more superficially similar as commerce and tourism have homogenized localities around the globe. 

Cambodia China USA
Reports: One on One

Khvay Samnang on Zhang Huan

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My first encounter with Zhang Huan’s work occurred in Cambodia in 2008 thanks to independent curator Zoe Butt.

China
Reports: Dispatch

Shenzhen

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Shenzhen might be the most famous art-related city that no one really thinks about.

Hong Kong
Reports: The Point

Another Side of Patronage

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A few nights after ArtAsiaPacific suggested that I contribute to its series on arts patronage, I found myself in Tokyo attending a memorial concert for the late Hideo Ikeezumi

Japan United Kingdom
Profiles

Girl Power
Sputniko!

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Hiromi Ozaki’s first boyfriend could deliver affections on demand.

Lebanon
Features

Diagnosis of the Present
Lamia Joreige

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

The site was a palimpsest, as was all the city, 
written, erased, rewritten. 

—Teju Cole, Open City 

Singapore Japan
Reviews

Life is the Heart of a Rainbow
Yayoi Kusama

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

What is the difference between a circle and a dot? According to Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, circles are flat, but the “moon, stars and people . . . are made of dots.

India
Reviews

In this Vessel Lies the Philosopher’s Stone
Subodh Gupta

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A new body of work by Indian artist Subodh Gupta was gathered in a meditative show presented by Galleria Continua in San Gimignano, entitled “In This Vessel Lies the Philosopher’s Stone.”

Print Content
REPORTS
Eviction Notice
Pillars of the Community
Where Art Thou?
Fever Pitch
On the Rise
Hidden Figures
Speak, Softly Speak
ESSAYS
Videos for Post-Truth Times
PROFILES
Faiza Butt: Trash to Treasure
Robert Andrew: Elemental Forces
Ali Banisadr: Nightmares and Dreamscapes
FEATURES
teamLab: An Equal World
Nalini Malani: Instruments for Living
Jagath Weerasinghe: States of Psychosis
Art in the Era of Identity Politics
REVIEWS
Documenta 14
The Inventive Work of Shigeru Ban: Shigeru Ban
Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now
Park Chan-kyong: Farewell
Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Moments
Double Fly Art Center: The Bro Generation
Lee Kit: Something You can’t Leave behind
Suns and Neons above Kazakhstan
Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth
Jaguars and Electric Eels
Skulptur Projekte Münster
Mondialité
Fahrelnissa Zeid
Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions: South Asian Art in the Diaspora
Del Kathryn Barton: R u a Bunny?
An Te Liu: Transmission
WHERE I WORK
Liu Jianhua
THE SKETCH
Chung Seoyoung

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