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ISSUE 122

MAR/APR 2021

Issue 122
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Editor's Letter

Traveling Through Time

Also available in:  Chinese

It feels like it was both a century ago and just yesterday when
news of a mysterious coronavirus first started to spread across
the globe.

The Point

Post-Covid-19 Art and Urbanism

Also available in:  Chinese
Post-Covid-19 Art and Urbanism

In 2021, the Point asks writers about the deep-seated issues that Covid-19 has brought into view, and how they might tackle these problems to create better post-pandemic futures.

One On One

Wong Kit Yi on Michael Findlay

Also available in:  Chinese
Wong Kit Yi on Michael Findlay

March 1, 2021
Dear ______________,
Let’s get something straight: Michael Findlay is a dealer.

Profile

Living in the Edge
Hiwa K

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Living in the Edge

After almost two decades of living in Germany, the Iraqi-Kurdish artist Hiwa K moved back to his birthplace in Kurdistan in early 2020.

Feature

Mind’s Eye
Wang Tuo

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Mind’s Eye

“Madness fascinates because it is knowledge,” observes Michel Foucault in Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason (1961).

Review

Taipei Biennial 2020: You and I Don’t Live on the Same Planet

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Taipei Biennial 2020: You and I Don’t Live on the Same Planet

In December 1972, the crew of Apollo 17 snapped a picture of
home as they rocketed toward the moon.

Review

The Remains of a Journey
Gu Xiong

Also available in:  Chinese
The Remains of a Journey

At Centre A, Vancouver-based artist Gu Xiong’s exhibition,
“The Remains of a Journey,” told a history of Chinese
migrants, predominantly from Guangdong, who traveled
to the west coast of Canada over a century ago to prosper
from “Golden Mountain.”

Print Content
REPORTS
Rome
Covid-19 Continues to Impact Art-World Calendar
The Futures Market
Slow Start
Déjà Vu
Through Another Lens
Material Metaphors
ESSAYS
Land, Landlessness, Mobility
PROFILES
Min Oh: Movement as Material
Au Sow Yee: Afterimage
FEATURES
Hera Büyüktaşçiyan: Speaking in Stones
Lu Yang, Cian Dayrit, Yang Fudong: Up Close
On the work of the artist Paul Hutchinson
REVIEWS
Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art
Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop
Lee Seung Taek: Non-Art: The Inversive Act
Player of Beings
Familiar Hunting, Unfamiliar Gathering
Takis
Mike HJ Chang: Calendar of Dilation
Tarek Atoui: Cycles in 11
Chen Zhen: Short-circuits
Amir H. Fallah: Better a Cruel Truth Than a Comfortable Delusion
Celebrating Ingenuity
Chitra Ganesh: A Universe of One’s Own
THE SKETCH
Candice Lin: Rotten and Thriving

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