Future Greats issue – 12 artists setting new agendas for art; 24 artist manifestos on what will inspire their creation over the coming year; plus a large selection of reviews and previews from across Asia and beyond; books and more
Featuring Zanele Muholi, Maureen Gallace, B. Wurtz, Christina Forrer, Ashley Bickerton, Anotnio Gramsci on the Venice Biennale, plus points of view, reviews from around the world and more
As the Venice Biennale opens, we consider the work of Mark Bradford, Geoffrey Farmer and Samson Young, three artists who in different ways reflect on sociability and social engagement as tools in art
Refusing to forget – Anselm Franke on ritual, spirits and ghosts in the work of Ho Tzu Nyen and Hsu Chia-Wei; Theaster Gates on activism; the uncanny sculpture of Zhang Ruyi; Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s waste aesthetic, and more!
Truth, Justice, and The New American Way – featuring: a survey of the legacy of 'social sculpture' in the US; Lee Lozano; art and cynicism; Doh Ho Suh; the politics of contemporary portraiture and more!
Future Greats – new artists for a new era; 17 Memos for art now; novelists Pankaj Mishra and Adam Thirlwell discuss contemporary utopias, plus a reviews marathon around the galleries of Paris, reviews from around the world and more!
Featuring Wlademir Dias-Pino; Anthea Hamilton; Birdhead; Jiří Černický; Body and the City – Silas Martí on three Brazilian artists whose works focuse within and around their own bodies; reviews from around the world, views from our columnists and more
Featuring Birdhead; a survey of Thailand's Great Political Divide; Udomsak Krisanamis; Wang Xingwei; Bosco Sodi; Chiang Mai's art scene; our columnists on what's happening in the artworld; plus reviews from around the world and more!
Featuring Yuko Mohri; a survey of the Cambodian art scene; artist profiles including Chen Shaoxiong; Waqas Khan; Kwan Sheung Chi; interviews with Maria Lind, artistic director of this year's Gwangju Biennale, and Chinese artist and faire director Zhou Tiehai; and more
Featuring artists Barrão, Luiz Roque and Bosco Sodi; a look forward to the upcoming Bienal de São Paulo with curator Jochen Volz; a critical assessment of the artistic legacy of the Gezi Park protests, and much more
Featuring Maryanto, Ken Liu, Troy Chin, Mohammed Kazem, Grace Samboh on the late president Sukarno's vision of Indonesia, Chris Fite-Wassilak on the artist as bureaucrat, Clara Young on the aesthetic of workwear and more
To mark the opening of the new Tate Modern – a comparative look back at the Museum's past 16 years alongside the world events that accompanied it, with contributions from Matthew Collings, Sam Jacob, Marysia Lewandowska, Linda Nochlin, Nicholas Serota, Bob and Roberta Smith, Ben Street and Sarah Wookey
Featuring: Wayne Thiebaud; David Hammons; John Berger; Guy Mannes Abbott on art and labour; transgression in 1980's Latin American photography; an interview with Savonarola; plus columns and reviews from around the world
Featuring: Eva Kot’átková, How to act: art and activism in the Czech Republic, Thomas Bayrle, Runo Lagomarsino; an artist project by Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski; plus a new backpage column by I Kurator, books and exhibtion reviews from around the world...
In this issue: Kishio Suga, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Elmgreen and Dragset, Tatsuo Miyajima, Yutaka Stone, an interview with Adrien Cheng, plus reviews form around the world, a guide to the must-see exhibitions, and more
In this issue: Guan Xiao; Praneet Soi; Don't Follow the Wind: a show in the Fukushima radiation zone; Navin Rawanchaikul; Heman Chong quizzes Douglas Coupland about his latest exhibition; Cheng Tsun-Shing's forgotten photographs; plus columns and reviews from around the world
In this issue: Tania Bruguera; Melanie Smith; JR; Reading the Air: atmosphere in art; Technology, feedback and exile in art and politics in Santiago de Chile; The Fall of the House of Daros
In this issue: Pablo Bronstein on Conservatism, Paul McCarthy, Amalia Ulman and the fourth of our annual focuses on Brazil - with Tamar Guimarães, Poema/Processo poetry movement, Mônica Nador, Ivan Grilo and an artist project by Gustavo Speridião
Featuring: FutureGreats – our annual guide to the artists who are setting new agendas in relation to the role and social relevance of art; Lord Krishna on the art industry, interviewed by Matthew Collings; No Past, No Future: How ‘the new’ became ‘the now’ – the latest instalment of ArtReview’s ongoing investigation into contemporary art’s obsession with novelty, by J.J. Charlesworth; Somewhere sideways, down, at an angle, but very close by – an artist project by Florian Meisenberg
Issue features: Ten exhibitions you won’t want to miss this spring, Points of View, Ming Wong, Shooshie Sulaiman, Gabriel Orozco, Liang Shaoji, Shirin Neshat, Miao Jiaxin, Mika Ninagawa, Strokes for Different Folks, Art in Context: Singapore, Reviews and more...
Along with Previews, Opinion and Reviews, the issue also features Mateo López, Colombia Is a Normal Country, The Devil in Cali, Carlos Motta, Walead Beshty, cartoon characters in contemporary art, Mexican women artists from the 1970s and 80s, Varda Caivano, A short guide to some paradoxes of contemporary art
Michael North on New Art Now; Olafur Eliasson; Rebecca Horn; Yang Fudong; Art in Context V: Mozambique artists Butcheca and Gonçalo Mabunda; Data visualisation; Merlin the Wizard on Zombie Abstraction; Ten December exhibitions you don't want to miss; Reviews from the UK, USA, Europe and the Rest of the World and much more...
2014 Power 100; Calvin Tomkins; Art in Context IV Osei Bonsu; Allan Schwartzman; Great Collectors and their ideas: Thomas Girst; The Law and Its Ideas: Daniel McClean on the censorship of the Chapman Brothers sculpture Piggyback (1997); Ten exhibitions on through November you don't want to miss; Points of View; The Strip: Richard Graham; Gallery Girl
Ten exhibitions on through October you don’t want to miss, Points of View, Great Critics and Their Ideas, Other People and Their Ideas, Relations Without Relations: A Response to Graham Harman. In Art Featured - Latifa Echakhch, Richard Tuttle, Trisha Donnelly, Jacob Hashimoto, Art in Context: Africa. Plus: Art Reviewed, Books, The Strip and Gallery Girl in London
Lee Bul, Bring on the Biennials, Who Goes, Where Are?, Kao Chung-Li and FutureGreats Asia 2014: Eleven artists to look out for: Guan Xiao; Chou Yu-Cheng; Pisitakun Kuantalaeng; Boedi Widjaja; Alan Tsz-wai Kwan; Zhou Tao; Jewyo Rhii; Jaret Vadera; Rho Jae Oon; Seher Shah; Anupong Charoenmitr
The third of our annual focuses on the South American city, including: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Art, Urbanism, Modernism, Power…, Arto Lindsay, Cultures and Vultures, Artist Project: Felipe Ehrenberg, Fi Fa Fo Fum, Artist Project: Daniel Lima. Plus: Yevgenia Belorusets, Graham Harman: Art Without Relations, Artist Project: Meriç Algün Ringborg, A Work of Fiction
Carsten Nicolai, Zhang Enli, Michael Joo, Performance Art in India, six films by contemporary Asian artists, Tatsuo Miyajima, the Annlee project, Dieter Roelstraete and Anselm Franke, Koki Tanaka
Jeremy Deller interviewed, Jeremy Deller’s Great Britons, Anri Sala’s Venice pavilion swop explored, Venice Biennale Bahamas’ representative Tavares Strachan interviewed, City Focus: New York (Part two)
Lee Kit, Lionel Wendt, Rashid Rana, Richard Chang, Xu Bing, Sheikha Hoor Al-Qasimi, Monique Burger, Magnus Renfrew, Tim Blum, Xu Zhen, Urs Meile, Lars Nittve, Chai Siri & Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Yang Fudong
DIY Multiples; Animals & Nature; Toys & Games; Homeware; Music & Books; Food & drink; Apparel; Fundraising, plus Multiples and Me, by Rob Pruitt and interviews with Joe Scotland, Murray Macaulay, James Jenkins and Hugh Allan
On the cover Alejandro Cescaro; Istanbul art guide; Esther Shalev-Gerz; Moving Image: John Akomfrah, Simon Leung, Ed Atkins and James Richards; plus Hannah Arendt on the banality of art school and Ruba Katrib on why there’s no need to be frightened of Miami
This year's list of the artworld's 100 most powerful people, with features on John Baldessari, Beatrix Ruf, Massimiliano Gioni, Toby Webster and Christian Boros; roundtable discussions in Asia, South America and Europe; plus interviews with Liam GIllick and Martin Heidegger
On the cover Luc Tymans; Bjarne Melgaard; Frances Stark; Lucas Samaras; Paris's burgeoning art scene; an interview with Franz West; an artist project by Wassink Lundgren and Frederik Peeters; plus Gallery Girl in Frieze Matsers and reviews including Sarah Lucas, Tomás Saraceno and Laurent Grasso
September issue supplement featuring: São Paulo gallery guide; Inhotim; A Brief History of Identity in Brazilian Art; Cinthia Marcelle; Artur Barrio; Tunga; Paulo Nazareth; Rivane Neuenschwander; Marilá Dardot
On the cover Thomas Houseago; Marlene Dumas; Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI); Nancy Holt; and a South Africa focus; plus reviews including David Claerbout, Yto Barrada, the 11th Havana Biennial and Documenta 13
On the cover: New York Salons; Tino Seghal; future oriented art with Omer Fast, Sean Lynch and Ben Rivers; China Miéville; Tom Sachs; an interview with Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev; plus Shezad Dawood, Mark Beyer and Raqs Media Collective
On the cover: Superflex's contract and settlement agreement; LA's vibrant performance art scene; Liz Magic Laser discusses politics and socioeconomic structures within society; and reviews including Jeremy Deller, Lis Rhodes, Leigh Ledare and Claire Fontaine
On the cover: Gillian Wearing, the people watcher; comix legend R. Crumb talks about sex, politics and America; Thomas Demand talks to Daniel Kehlmann; Studio Formafantasma; Xavier Veilhan; an artist project by Kraftwerk; plus reviews including Santiago Sierra, Soto, JOn Kessler and Bojan Šarčević
Future Greats: critics and curators from around the world to single out 25 artists for special attention; Dora Maurer interviewed and profiled; Reports from Budapest, Vienna, and Paris; Karl Marx interviewed by Matthew Collings; and reviews including Sanja Ivekovic, Simon Fujiwara, Akram Zaatari and Goshka Macuga
Theaster Gates profiled; Heidi Specker & Bruno Mansoulié: a photographer meets a physicist; on the trail of Stanislaw Lem; Eve Sussman & the Rufus Corporation; Alex Hartley on creating a new nation; Jonathan Yeo’s surgical painting and the London Review Marathon by four of our critics