What's in the November 2013 issue

Featuring this year's list of the artworld's 100 most powerful people

Inside the International edition…

In Art Previewed

Ten exhibitions on in November you won’t want to miss – in New York, Brussels, Chicago, Istanbul, Liverpool, Stockholm, Zurich, Düsseldorf, London and Paris, By Martin Herbert

Points of View: Our writers on what’s happening in the artworld and beyond, including Joshua Mack on keeping power personal; Jonathan Grossmalerman on whether you can have too much of a good thing; J.J. Charlesworth on a world of wonders; Mike Watson on power and disobedience; Hettie Judah on dance and the body electric; Maria Lind on the relationship between art about the real world, and the real world; Sam Jacob on the new design of undesign; Jonathan T.D. Neil on the artworld’s celebriphilia and Karen Archey on Donut District in Brooklyn.

Great Critics and Their ideas: In the latest in our interview series with some of history’s finest minds The Archangel Gabriel discusses Jeffrey Deitch at LA MOCA, by Matthew Collings.

Other People and Their Ideas: Michael Ward Stout, a lawyer specialising in art law and intellectual property rights, and president of the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, talks to Tom Eccles on the legal issues facing artists and art foundations.

The Law and Its Ideas: In the first of a new series on legal issues and disputes that shed light on the often opaque relationships and codes that underpin the art market, lawyer Daniel McClean discusses French artist Orlan’s recent copyright dispute with Lady Gaga’s label, Universal Music Group.

In Art Featured

An Anatomy of Power by Nicolas Bourriaud: The Director of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts discusses ArtReview’s Power 100.

The 2013 ArtReview Power 100 including: Profiles of all the individuals on the 2013 Power 100 list , headed by this year’s no 1, Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, head of the Qatar Museums Authority; Culture and Power in a Globalised World: an essay on the increasing global nature of the Power 100 list, by critic Omar Al-Qattan; an essay on global versus local power by J.J. Charlesworth; Photo portfolios featuring members of this year’s Power 100, staged as ‘selfies’ by ArtReview photographers in Hong Kong, Beijing, New York, Paris, Berlin and London, and an introduction by ArtReview Editor Mark Rappolt.

Phillipe Parreno: The first artist to take over the entirety of Paris’s Palais to Tokyo for a solo exhibition (and the co-creator, with Rirkrit Tiravanija, of the cover artwork for this year’s Power 100 issue), talks to Christopher Mooney for ArtReview.

Zeng Fanzhi: ArtReview’s Editorial Director (Asia), Aimee Lin, meets one of China’s most commercially successful painters as he prepares for his solo show at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris, and continues preparations for the construction of his own museum in Beijing, which will show Chinese, Western and contemporary art.

Paul Schimmel: The former chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, talks to Jonathan T.D. Neil about his move from the institutional to the commercial sector, in a new partnership with supergallery Hauser & Wirth.

Isa Genzken: As Isa Genzken prepares for her first American Museum retrospective, Martin Herbert profiles the influential German sculptor.

The Strip: A new work from Michael DeForge.

Off the Record: Gallery Girl – on the Power 100.