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