While most of the art world puts up its feet in July and August, ArtAsiaPacific takes a moment to contemplate the subtle and not-so-subtle changes swirling about us today. In this issue, AAP looks at how artists respond to precarious histories and uncertain futures.
As art museums agonize over funding and visitor numbers, tail wags dog to eclipse the richness and diversity of the art they are supposed to celebrate.
Ominous military parades, looming geometric shapes and intricate layers of meshed lines—Seher Shah’s powerful drawings reimagine the terror and the beauty of monuments and public spaces built to project power and order.
What’s at stake in the past decade of documentary-based, conceptual practices in the occupied Palestinian territories.