Displaying 9 articles tagged with "ArtReview Asia Autumn 2017"
Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset
As the 15th Istanbul Biennial opens, Nicole O’Rourke talks to the curators
Guo Juan considers the representation of Taipei’s local histories, from a national memorial to a Shinto shrine
The National: New Australian Art
While looking for the contemporary Australian aesthetic, Mark Rappolt finds instead a ‘polyphonic celebration of difference’
Le Notti Bianche
Aimee Lin finds Zen metaphors in the photographer’s capture of 1920s Italian theatres
Instruments, Monuments, Projections
Mark Rappolt on the Polish artist’s experiments in social space
Kazuko Miyamoto & Lydia Okumura
Zehra Jumabhoy on two Japanese woman artists reclaim the American, male-dominated aesthetic as their own
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