ArtAsiaPacific Issue 123 - May/Jun 2021

ArtAsiaPacific

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- Size: 28.5 (L) x 21.5 (W) cm

- Binding: softcover, 104 pages

- Language: English

- Publisher: ArtAsiaPacific, 2021

REPORTS
Dispatch: Yangon
The Point: Let Us Vote! BY ARAM HAN SIFUENTES
Hong Kong Arts Organizations Accused of Endangering National Security BY THE EDITORS
Haig Aivazian on Eugène Delacroix
Vax to the Future BY DT
Auction Report: Resuming Operations BY THE EDITORS
Art Fair Report: Full Steam Ahead BY THE EDITORS
Previews: Bridging Boundaries BY THE EDITORS

ESSAYS
The End of Alternative: Looking back at Arrow Factory, Beijing’s hutong storefront space BY HG MASTERS

PROFILES
Agung Kurniawan: Tackling Taboos BY KERSTIN WINKING
Ayoung Kim: The Seismogenic Zone BY OPHELIA LAI

FEATURES
Finding New Light BY CLEO ROBERTS-KOMIREDDI
Candice Lin: Eat Me BY CHLOE CHU
Minouk Lim, Sarah Choo Jing, Mika Tajima: Up Close BY THE EDITORS
Simone Fattal: Casts of Delays BY MARIE MURACCIOLE

REVIEWS
The National 2021: New Australian Art BY JOHANNA BEAR
Yun Suknam: Women of Resistance, Becoming Historic BY TAEYI KIM
Jam Wu: Through the Walls BY CHRISTOPHER WHITFIELD
Theaster Gates: China Cabinet BY HUTCH WILCO
Heman Chong: Peace Prosperity And Friendship With All Nations BY LYNDA TAY
Dorian Sari: Post-Truth BY CARLOS KONG
Tiffany Sia: Slippery When Wet BY MIMI WONG
Pauline Shaw: the blues BY JENNIFER S. LI

BOOK REVIEWS
Converging Perspectives BY THE EDITORS

THE SKETCH
Carl Cheng: Artificially Natural BY HG MASTERS