ArtReview is one of the world’s leading international contemporary art magazines. Founded in 1949, it is dedicated to expanding contemporary art’s audience and reach. Published nine times a year, the magazine features a mixture of criticism, reviews, previews, opinion, reportage and specially commissioned artworks, and offers one of the most established, in-depth and intimate portraits of international contemporary art in all its shapes and forms. In 2013 ArtReview was joined by its sister magazine ArtReview Asia, now published four times a year, which brings a fresh and exciting new voice to the dynamic and fast-changing art scenes of the Asia region, as well as covering Asian art presented outside of the region.
In the October issue of ArtReview, Jessica Lanay writes about Rirkrit Tiravanija, the subject of a retrospective at New York’s MOMA PS1, Chris Fite-Wassilak addresses the legacies of Mike Kelley on the eve of a retrospective at the Bourse de Commerce, Paris, and Martin Herbert zeroes in on the extraordinarily diverse range of interests on display in a retrospective of Harry Smith at the Whitney, New York. Marv Recinto reports on the work of Rory Pilgrim and Helen Cammock in the context of UK artists centring their practices on care work, while a doctor and a nurse tell distinct stories about art, medicine and the ‘postpandemic’ present. Emilie L. Gossiaux is interviewed about a body of work richly informed by a dog, Adam Thirlwell revisits avant-garde novel and artwork DICTEE (1982), Amber Husain writes about the Chicago-set television series The Bear (2021–) and Jamie Sutcliffe goes behind the scenes of animated cartoons. Plus: the full complement of exhibition and book reviews from around the world.