P
R
E
V
N
E
X
T

ISSUE 75

SEPT/OCT 2011

Issue 75
Order Issue
Online Content
Hong Kong
Editor's Letter

Forwarding Address

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

The world is in flux. In Buddhist terms, Saṃsāra, “continuous flow.” Ever since ArtAsiaPacific was established in 1993, the editors have endeavored to promote and embrace change—the new and unfamiliar—while also respecting and honoring tradition. In this spirit, we are delighted to announce that AAP is moving to Hong Kong and will be open for business in our new offices on September 1.

Turkey
Reports: Dispatch

Istanbul

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

They say Istanbul is on a roll. The roster of private and corporate-funded cultural institutions, artist-residency programs and independent artist initiatives is expanding at 
a previously unseen rate.

UK
Essays : Case Study

Eurovision 2036
Ryan Gander

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

Coins may be “the readymades of antiquity,” but conceptual artist Ryan Gander offers us one from a quarter-century into the future.

USA France
Profiles: Q & A

Associative Lineage
Alexandre Singh

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

New York-based artist Alexandre Singh works in collage, performance and installation. As a storyteller and mythmaker, his narratives challenge historical systems of understanding with both spontaneity and humor.

China
Features

Redefining China’s Millennials
Young Chinese Artists

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

Don’t write off the entire post-80s generation as politically detached and solipsistic—young artists are more connected to one another and to their predecessors than most realize.

Australia China
Reviews
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation

No Snow On the Broken Bridge
Yang Fudong

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic
Lebanon
Reviews
Beirut Art Center

Image in the Aftermath

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic
USA Korea, South
Reviews
REDCAT

Animalia
Kim Beom

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic
USA United Arab Emirates
Projects

Where I Work
James Clar

Also available in:  Chinese  Arabic

Nestled within Dubai’s trendy industrial warehouse arts district al-Quoz, American mixed-media artist James Clar’s studio  space, which he calls “Satellite,” is a few steps away from some of the Emirates’ newest and largest commercial galleries.

Print Content
REPORTS
Makoto Aida on Chim↑Pom
Finales and Codas
Chasing the Quality
The Message on the Wall
Chollywood vs. Hollywood
Whispering Gallery
Traveling Colors
Jumana Manna, Matt Hinkley, Vartan Avakian: Multinational, Misogynist, Miniature
ESSAYS
What Ails Taiwan’s Museums
What is Jalal Toufic Talking About?
Writing Revolutions
PROFILES
Dor Guez: Hidden in Plain Sight
Jaffa Lam: Conciliatory Conceptualism
Dale Frank: Fluid Motion
FEATURES
Tatzu Nishi: Agent of Transformation
Indian Minimalism: Break the Cycle of Seeing
Slavs and Tatars: Collective Eclecticism
REVIEWS
Bye Bye Kitty!!!
Jeena Shin
Tell Me Tell Me
Tracing the Milky Way
Tsang Tsou-choi
Manit Sriwanichpoom
Michael Müller
Ai Weiwei
Paris-Delhi-Bombay
Rabih Mroué
Catch the Moon in the Water
BOOK REVIEW
Chronicles as Agents of Change
THE LAST WORD
Mission Unaccomplished
QUESTIONNAIRE
Pinaree Sanpitak