ArtReview Asia Summer issue out now


Future Greats – 10 stars for 2018

Our annual guide to the artists who are setting new agendas in art, selected by fellow artists, critics and curators, and published in association with K11 Art Foundation

Genevieve Chua, selected by Heman Chong
Koji Ryui, selected by Michael Do
Shannon Te Ao, selected by Fi Churchman
Cui Jie, selected by Venus Lau
Dale Harding, selected by Kitty Scott
Catherine Sarah Young, selected by Poklong Anading
Jiang Pengyi, selected by Liu Wei
Kim Heecheon, selected by Aimee Lin
Jiang Zhuyun, selected by Zhang Peili
Tant Zhong, selected by Mark Rappolt

Also in this issue

Our columnists have their say…
Charu Nivedita
warns against the radicalisation of Hindu nationalism in India; looking at two popular Thai cartoons, novelist Prabda Yoon asks whether humour be an effective weapon against the country’s dictatorship

Extensive seasonal previews of the best shows to see this summer – in Singapore, Seoul, New York, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Berlin, Quezon City, Yinchuan, Liverpool and London

Exhibition reviews including...
Lahore Biennale, by Shwetal A. Patel
Sangeeta Sandrasegar at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, by Cleo Roberts
Xiaoshi Vivian Vivian Qin at Salt Projects, Beijing, by Li Bowen
William Dalrymple at Akara Art, Mumbai, by Skye Arundhati Thomas
Seung-taek Lee at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, by Louise Darblay
Yu Honglei at Kraupa-Tuskany, Berlin, by Martin Herbert
Lai Lon Hin at Blindspot, Hong Kong, by Hera Chan
Sarah Lucas at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City, by Tristen Harwood
Chikako Yamashiro at White Rainbow, London, by Fi Churchman
Jitish Kallat at Sperone Westwater, New York, by Tausif Noor
Gauri Gill at MoMA PS1, New York, by Thea Ballard
Lee Bul at Hayward Gallery, London, by Ben Eastham
One Hand Clapping at Guggenheim Museum, New York, by Kang Kang


Books including The Last Children of Tokyo, by Yoko Tawada; Transforming Monkey: Adaptation & Representation of a Chinese Epic, by Hongmei Sun; Whitewalling: Art, Race & Protest in 3 Acts, by Aruna D’Souza; Convenience Store Woman, by Sayaka Murata; and Topology of Violence, by Byung-Chul Han


Plus a new strip by Arnold Arre; and in her latest adventure, Gallery Girl crashes Condo Shanghai