ArtReview & ArtReview Asia
Archived since July 2006 Modern Archive Monthly
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 May issue, ArtReview looks to contemporary artists who intervene in the past to try and make sense of an out-of-control present. Frida Orupabo, nominated for the 2023 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, mines images sourced from colonial archives, film, fashion and family albums to create collages that carve representation and empowerment from stereotype, writes Fi Churchman. In a highly personal take on Isaac Julien, Prince Shakur traces the ways in which the British artist’s work has empowered those ‘who have come after him’. And in her feature on Sarah Pierce, Judith Wilkinson writes about the multimedia artist’s current retrospective at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, focusing on the performances that form a significant part of the artist’s oeuvre. Chris Fite-Wassilak interviews Kahlil Robert Irving ahead of his exhibition Archaeology of the Present, at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, in which Irving reflects on ambivalence, collage and loss. Jonathan T.D. Neil speaks with Christina Quarles on the limits of figurative painting, as her work goes on show in Collapsed Time, a solo exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. J.J. Charlesworth reflects on the findings of the latest Art Market Report, published annually by Art Basel and UBS, while collector Uli Sigg interrogates what exactly it is we want from art, and how different societies respond to this question. Also in this issue, exhibition and book reviews from around the world, including MoMA’s Signals exhibition on the history of video art; a London show touching on the racial politics of the dairy industry; and Australia’s biennial National exhibition.
Subjects: Art And Design, Art, Contemporary, Previews, Reviews
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- First Issue: July 2006
- Latest Issue: May 2023
- Issue Count: 191
- Published: Monthly
- ISSN: 2514-331X