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ArtAsiaPacific

116 (Nov/Dec 2019)

For over 20 years, ArtAsiaPacific has been at the forefront of the powerful creative forces that shape contemporary art from Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East. Covering the latest in contemporary visual culture, ArtAsiaPacific is published in Hong Kong, with over 30 editorial desks worldwide. Our annual issue, the Almanac, is an alphabetical tour d'horizon of the 67-odd countries covered in ArtAsiaPacific, spanning Afghanistan to Vietnam. The Almanac also invites influential art world figures to comment on the major cutural events that have shaped the past 12 months. Now also available on the iPhone!

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the practice of self

How does an artist’s life shape or determine their artwork? It’s often impossible to know unless the artist appears in their work, or they tell us in words. In the Feature articles in the November/December issue of ArtAsiaPacific, we look at two artists—from different generations and geographies—whose practices draw from their own lives in unique ways. For our cover Feature, curator, writer, and consultant Danielle Shang visited Tehran-born artist Tala Madani, who opened a show of new paintings and animations at David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles this September. Created after the birth of her second child, Madani’s painting series Shit Moms (2019) depicts mischievous toddlers grabbing at ominous, melting figures, while their companions gleefully smear their muddied hands across the room. As Madani explained to Shang: “In many of my…

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artasiapacific

EDITOR & PUBLISHER Elaine W. Ng DEPUTY EDITOR & DEPUTY PUBLISHER HG Masters MANAGING EDITOR Chloe Chu SENIOR EDITOR Don J. Cohn ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ophelia Lai COPY EDITOR Michael Lacoy NEWS & WEB EDITOR Lauren Long ASSISTANT EDITOR Pamela Wong EDITORIAL INTERN Michael Rasnic CHINESE TRANSLATOR Esther Chan ART DIRECTOR Heesun Seo DESIGNER Tiffany Tam PHOTO EDITOR Esther Chan EDITORIAL DESKS AUCKLAND Vera Mey BEIJING Tom Mouna BEIRUT Nadia Christidi BERLIN Astrid Mania BRISBANE Tim Riley Walsh DUBAI Kevin Jones GUANGZHOU Brady Ng HO CHI MINH CITY Ruben Luong HONG KONG SAR Karen Cheung KARACHI Durriya Kazi KUALA LUMPUR Beverly Yong LONDON Ned Carter Miles LOS ANGELES Jennifer S. Li MADRID Rebecca Close MANILA Marlyne Sahakian MEXICO CITY Larisa Escobedo MUMBAI Ranjit Hoskote NEW DELHI Deeksha Nath NEW YORK Paul Laster, Christopher Y. Lew, Mimi Wong PARIS Deepak Ananth PHNOM PENH Erin Gleeson SAN FRANCISCO Hanae Ko, Jessica Kraft SEOUL Jayoon Choi SHANGHAI Arthur Solway SINGAPORE Ho Rui An TAIPEI David Frazier TOKYO Kenichi Kondo TORONTO Joobin Bekhrad WEST & CENTRAL ASIA…

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contributors

BANI ABIDI Bani Abidi is an artist working primarily with video, but also with photography and drawing. Her work uses humor in all its gravity. She lives mostly in Berlin and partly in Karachi. A major survey of her works from the past 15 years, “Funland,” is on view at the Sharjah Art Foundation from October 12 to January 12, 2020. (See ONE ON ONE) ALESSIO ANTONIOLLI Alessio Antoniolli is the director of Gasworks, London, where he leads a program of artists’ residencies and exhibitions by emerging local and international artists. As the director of Triangle Network, he is involved in advocacy, fundraising, and strategic development for artists and grassroots organizations. He has also lectured widely and has juried awards such as the 2019 Turner Prize. (See DISPATCH) JOHN ALEXIS BALAGUER John Alexis Balaguer manages operations and…

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bani abidi on elia suleiman

During the opening credits of Elia Suleiman’s 2002 film Divine Intervention, a middle-aged Arab man drives down a street in Nazareth. Along the way, he passes relatives and neighbors who wave to him as he smiles and waves back, a cigarette dangling from his lips. The soundtrack softens and you hear him mumbling something under his breath. He is cussing at each and every one of them, while gesturing back warmly, each profanity worse than the one before. I saw Divine Intervention at the Art Institute of Chicago’s Gene Siskel Film Center in 2002. I had just finished my MFA at the school affiliated with the Art Institute, and was living in Chicago, working an administrative job to pay off student loans. We had entered the 21st century but the definition…

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london

It’s impossible to provide a snapshot of the visual arts in London without mentioning the B word. Boris (Johnson), the city’s ex-mayor and the poster boy for Brexit, took over as the British prime minister in July, and has attempted to prorogue parliament at a time when debates about the future of the country are vital. While his “turbo-charged” Brexit strategy seems to have backfired, with the public and politicians calling for further extensions, a new referendum, or the direct revocation of Brexit, the impact of this unprecedented political wrangling has left the country deeply polarized. Under the Brexit ordeal, the last few years have challenged the central position of the United Kingdom in the global context, and the view—some would even say complacency—among the left around issues of immigration and…

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awards

On September 11, sculptor Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran and multimedia artist Angela Tiatia were named Sidney Myer Creative Fellows. They will each receive AUD 160,000 (USD 108,000). On September 25, conceptual artist Mel Chin was announced as one of 26 MacArthur Fellows for 2019. He will receive USD 625,000 over five years. At an award ceremony on October 16, the Japan Art Association and Japanese imperial family presented Mona Hatoum with the Praemium Imperiale prize for sculpture, worth JPY 15 million (USD 139,000).…

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