MAY/JUN 2017

Issue 103
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Editor's Letter

In from the Cold

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In the lead-up to this year’s Venice Biennale and Documenta, I was reading a 1979 edition of the art journal Black Phoenix

Reports: The Point

Marrying Culture and Commerce in Arts Patronage

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From a historical point of view, arts patronage has undergone a great change since the birth of the museum as an institution.


In Close Quarters

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If you are in the center of Beijing and find yourself in an inconveniently narrow alleyway, flanked by low, gray-colored, traditional-style buildings, then you are in a hutong

Korea, South

Transformative Assemblages
Lee Wan

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One morning several years ago, Lee Wan had an epiphany while eating breakfast. Looking at the various generic packages of cereal, 

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Siah Armajani

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Six days—that is the longest Siah Armajani has been away from his studio in Minneapolis, where he has resided since immigrating to the United States in the early 1960s. 

Germany China Japan Korea, South Pakistan

Postwar: Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965

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For three years, Haus der Kunst director Okwui Enwezor, together with Katy Siegel and Ulrich Wilmes, conducted research on art produced in the two decades following the Second World War. 

China Japan
Reviews: Book Reviews

Stripped Bare

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The 29-year-old Chinese photographer Ren Hang enjoyed a busy, successful career with a full exhibition calendar before he committed suicide in Beijing in February 2017. 

Where I Work

Sahand Hesamiyan

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Iranian sculptor Sahand Hesamiyan’s studio is legendary in the Tehran art world. “If you see only one studio in the capital,” one artist advised during my breakneck three-day visit, “this is it.” 

Print Content
James T. Hong on Friedrich Nietzsche
Gallerists Jailed
Live Bait
Scene Around Town
Changing Gears
Spring Fling
Carpe Veneto
Forging Identities
Art in a Post-Oil World
Tuan Andrew Nguyen: The Progressive Director
Li Jin: Stroke of Insight
Rashad Becker: Electro-Traditional
Samson Young: Chasing Frontiers
Manuel Ocampo: The Devil You Know
Tintin Wulia: Not Alone
Hans Op de Beeck: The Voice of Things
Honolulu Biennial: Middle of Now | Here
Before the Rain
Ei Arakawa: Tryst
Song Dong: I don’t Know the Mandate of Heaven
Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection
Kamin Lertchaiprasert: The Timeless Present Moment
Jitish Kallat: Here after Here
Sharjah Biennial 13: Tamawuj: Act I
Sophia al-Maria: Everything Must Go
Mehdi Ghadyanloo: Spaces of Hope
Agus Suwage: Room of Mine
Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians
Kaz Oshiro: A Standard
Zhou Tao

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