Issue 133

Whether it is resisting the currents of history or finding ways to shape the present, artists are continually engaged in a struggle against the times, and even time itself. In our cover Feature, we look at Imelda Capije Endaya, an artist whose practice re-centers the historical narrative of the Philippines around women, portraying them as leaders of social campaigns, instrumental to the economy, and as key forgotten figures in the national mythology. The second Feature in this issue is an interview with the Korean artist Shim Moon-Seup, for whom the rhythms of nature and the embodied energy found in raw materials are the core of his practice. For Inside Burger Collection, curator Tobias Ostrander interviews Paris-based Colombian artist Ivan Argote about