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ArtReview Asia, vol 4, no 1 

Our guide to 20 must-see exhibitions and art events on now and coming up in the next few monthsin London, Shanghai, Philadelphia, Singapore, New York, Seoul, Beijing, Kanazawa and Bangladesh.

Li Bowen discusses politics, identity and popular culture in the work of cover artist Guan Xiao – just don’t call it post-internet; Heman Chong quizzes Douglas Coupland about works in his recent exhibition Bit Rot; Niru Ratnam finds hope and sorrow in the use of Sufi symbols in the latest work of Kolkata-born artist Praneet Soi; Taro Nettleton explores an exhibition in the Fukushima nuclear exclusion zone; Thai artist Navin Rawanchaikul imagines his own funeral; and Wong Molin looks at the curious case of Cheng Tsun-Shing's forgotten photographs.

Maria Lind on Walid Raad and Beirut’s new art-kid-on-the-block; a new fiction by Hu Fang; and a comic strip by self-taught artist and former Cambodian soldier, monk and survivor of human trafficking, Vannak Anan Prum. 

Reviews from around the world including:
National Gallery Singapore’s inaugural exhibitions; Liu Chuang at Magician Space, Beijing; Yan Xing at Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing; Zheng Bo at Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai; Tsuyoshi Ozawa at Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo; David Diao at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing; Nina Canell at Arko Art Center, Seoul; Kyuchul Ahn at MMCA, Seoul; Richard Streitmatter-Tran at Dia Projects Dong Khoi, Ho Chi Minh City; 6th Moscow Biennale at VDNKh, Pavilion No.1; 14th Istanbul Biennial; Nguyen Trinh Thi at Jeu de Paume, Paris; Jitish Kallat at Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris; Survival Is Not Enough at Rodeo, London; Ian Cheng at Pilar Corrias, London; 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

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