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ISSUE 116

NOV/DEC 2019

Issue 116
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Editor's Letter

The Practice of Self

Also available in:  Chinese
The Practice of Self

How does an artist’s life shape or determine their artwork? 

One On One

Bani Abidi on Elia Suleiman

Bani Abidi on Elia Suleiman

During the opening credits of Elia Suleiman’s 2002 film Divine Intervention, a middle-aged Arab man drives down a street in Nazareth. 

The Point

Tipping the Scale

Also available in:  Chinese
Tipping the Scale

Throughout 2019, The Point explores new models for operating in the art market. 

Features

Between the Waking Life and the Lucid Dream

Between the Waking Life and the Lucid Dream

Tala Madani is best known for her comically twisted paintings and stop-motion animations that portray middle-aged men and mischievous toddlers engaging in destructive, perverse, and sometimes gruesome acts. 

Reviews

In Lieu of What Was
Alia Farid

In Lieu of What Was

As teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg sailed across the North Atlantic Ocean to the United Nations Climate Action summit on a zero-emissions yacht, and the burning Amazon forest dominated news headlines in August, the climate crisis loomed large in global political and social arenas.

Reviews

Yutaka Matsuzawa

Widely considered the father of conceptual art in Japan, Yutaka Matsuzawa (1922–2006) spent most of his life attempting to formulate an impactful art practice characterized by invisibility and impermanence. 

Print Content
REPORTS
London
MIT Media Lab Director Resigns Over Epstein Ties
Business in Conflict
Where Art Thou?
Choppy Waters
Mid-tones
Past and Future Visions
Rectification and Healing
ESSAYS
Does Revolution Still Resonate?
PROFILES
David Huang: Intrepid Discoverer
Eugenia Lim: Envoy of the Unspoken
Nadim Karam: Architect of Stories
FEATURES
Judy Freya Sibayan: Meta Self Inter Textual Parody
Spotlight
Marguerite Humeau: Two-Headed Venus
REVIEWS
16th Istanbul Biennial: “The Seventh Continent”
Soungui Kim: Lazy Clouds
The Herstory of Abstraction in East Asia
Poklong Anading and Neil Fettling: Normal Scheduling Will Resume Shortly
Mark Bradford: Los Angeles
Lying Sophia and Mocking Alexa
NS Harsha: Gathering Delights
Arin Rungjang: They Beat Your Father
Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts: Crack Up – Crack Down
Alia Farid: In Lieu of What Was
Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance
Yutaka Matsuzawa
Tracking Transformations
WHERE I WORK
Hilmi Johandi
THE SKETCH
Yee I-lann: Interweaving Realms

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