ArtReview March issue out now

Joan Jonas meets Liam Gillick, art and the far right, Tom Burr's youth, Jonathan Meese talks to Ross Simonini, Berlin's changing landscape, reviews and more


On the cover: Joan Jonas meets Liam Gillick
As a retrospective opens at London’s Tate Modern, Jonas talks to fellow artist about magic, revelation and meaninglessness of the word ‘performance’

Irredeemable Form
From Francis Bacon to Documenta 14, Mike Watson asks whether art might be too polite to fight the far right

Tom Burr: Under Construction
Burr’s latest project in the disused Marcel Breuer-designed Pirelli Building in his hometown of New Haven epitomises the artist’s longtime engagement with public spaces through an autobiographical lens, by Sam Korman

Jonathan Meese, artist-provocateur, talks to Ross Simonini about how to save art from ideology

Under the Paving Stones: Berlin – John Quin on how money is changing the German city’s urban and artistic landscapes; 

Also in this issue

Reviews from around the world, including Man Ray at Gagosian Beverly Hills, How It’s Made at Carl Kostyál, Stockholm, The Electric Comma at V-A-C Foundation, Venice, Ajay Kurian at Sies & Höke, Düssedorf, Aaron Angell at Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain, London, Andreas Gursky at Hayward Gallery, London, The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset and Dreams of Solentiname at 80WSE, New York

Martin Herbert’s pick of ten must-see exhibitions in March; a new strip by Chris Reynolds; and books, including reviews of Norma Stevens and Steven M.L. Aronson’s biography of Avedon, and Robert Storr’s Interviews on Art

A new adventure by I. Kurator, ArtReview's backpage columnist and moonlighting curator