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Art Review, April 2019

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Release date: May 9, 2019

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Published monthly, Art Review is a constant glance at what is leading the contemporary art world. It guides new and established movements, styles and personalities with an expert look at artists, collectors, galleries, auctioneers, curators and critics.

In this issue:

Art Review April issue featuring Andrea Fraser, Marina Warner in conversation with T.J. Clark, war photography in the gallery, the new MK Gallery, Tishan Hsu and more.


Andrea Fraser
The artist talks to J.J. Charlesworth about art, power and patronage after Donald Trump

Marina Warner in conversation with T.J. Clark
As both authors and academics publish their latest books, ArtReview asks them about what the role of art might be

Our Full Attention
With at least three concurrent shows of war photography on view in London, Oliver Basciano questions what it means to look at such imagery within the gallery

Playing with History: the new MK Gallery
The MK Gallery’s architect and director, along with one of the artists involved in its redesign and expansion, on turning a storied but out-of-the-way museum into a destination. Interview by Mark Rappolt

Tishan Hsu
Jeppe Ugelvig turns to the work of the Chinese-American artist, who spent the 1980s making uncanny paintings and sculptures that reimagined the body for the digital age

Also in this issue
Martin Herbert’s selection of must-see exhibitions this spring, in Setouchi, Paris, Malmö, New York, London, Humlebaek, Luxembourg, Hove, San Gimignano, Berlin

Yuji Agematsu talks to Ross Simonini about recording one’s environment, surviving as an artist in New York – and the work of percussionist Milford Graves

A Foreign Country: South East Indian Art (1961), by G.M. Butcher
ArtReview looks into its archive and finds a striking parallel to Britain’s current political moment in a review of South Asian artists from 1961.



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