ArtReview Asia’s Autumn issue brings to your attention a selection of artists who eschew the conventions of form and material by pushing at the boundaries, be they those of sculpture and performance, as demonstrated by this season’s cover artist, Suki Seokyeong Kang; photography, architecture and bookbinding, by way of Dayanita Singh; or TV, in the case of pioneering video artist Nam June Paik.
Also in this issue
An artist project by Ni Youyu; Mark Rappolt catches up with American artist Mark Bradford, whose work is on show at Shanghai’s Long Museum; Tamil novelist Charu Nivedita takes a trip to Peru and Chile
Exhibition reviews including the controversial Aichi Triennale, Nagoya and Toyota City; The Invisible Hand at A4 Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney; Wong Ping at Camden Arts Centre; Arin Rungjang at Shanghart, Singapore; Parallel: The Ramasun Station Art Trail in Udon Thani; Dale Frank at Roslyn Oxley9, Sydney, and more
ArtReview Asia’s extensive seasonal previews of shows to see this Autumn; as well as an extended books section, with reviews of Ocean Vuong’s On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, Gina Apostol’s Insurrecto, Plastic Emotions by Shiromi Pinto, Antto Melasniemi and Rirkrit Tiravanija’s The Bastard Cookbook and more