2012 / 284 May – June 2012
Issue 284
May – June 2012


Sydney Milestone for Australian Contemporary Art; Tasmania/Australia Theatre at the edge of the world; Hong Kong White Cube heads east; Genk/Belgium Manifesta 9 – the deep of the modern; New York New Museum Triennial – The Ungovernables; Bucharest Tactics for the here and now; Nova Scotia The last art college; Ver Sacrum: The death of the Audience; Trembling Bodies; Francesca Woodman

Art Biz
Seth Siegelaub
by Donatien Grau

When Art Provokes You…
by Sam Bardaouil

Asian Insider: The Double-Axle Asian Arts Hub
by Patricia Chen

Tokyo Rising
by Gea Politi

Ydessa Hendeles
by Alexander Ferrando

Takashi Murakami
by Massimiliano Gioni

Jacob Kassay
by Matthew Lyons

Eleanor Antin & Judy Chicago
by Glenn Phillips and Patrick Steffen

Tomory Dodge
by Brett Cody Rogers

We Are Beautiful
by Olivier Kielmayer

Focus Asia
Asia at a Glance II
by Giancarlo Politi And Lucy Rees

Focus Asia
Liu Ding
by Edward Sanderson

Focus Asia
Liu Wei
by Iona Whittaker

Focus Asia
Gede Mahendra Yasa
by Lucy Rees

Focus Asia
Ohad Meromi
by Joshua Simon

Focus Asia
by Jung Il-Joo

Brand New
Jeremy Shaw
by Klaus Biesenbach

Brand New
George Henry Longly
by Wendy Vogel

The Collectors Show: Chimera
by Patricia Chen

Elad Lassry
by Patrick Steffen

Interiors Andrew Kreps/New York; Birgit Brenner Marc Straus/New York; Albert Oehlen Gagosian/New York; My Barbarian Human Resources/Los Angeles; Glenn Kaino Honor Fraser/Los Angeles; Gabriel Kuri Sadie Coles/London; Toby Ziegler Simon Lee/London; Thomas Eggerer Maureen Paley/London; Boris Mikhailov Sprovieri/London; Yayoi Kusama Victoria Miro/London; Combine Reality: Eli Cortiñas –Katharina Jahnke Frisch/Berlin; Monica Bonvicini Museum Abteiberg/Mönchengladbach; Philippe Mayaux Loevenbruck/Paris; Lucio Fontana Karsten Greve; Pierre Vadi Ribordy Contemporary/Geneva; Dan Graham Hauser & Wirth/Zurich; Atelier Van Lieshout Tim Van Laere/Antwerp; Ai Weiwei Lisson/Milan; Ali Kazma Francesca Minini/Milan; Aernout Mik Centro de Arte Dos De Mayo/Madrid; Karl Holmqvist GaGa Contemporary Art/Mexico City; Kwan Sheung Chi Yuka Tsuruno/Tokyo; Apichatpong Weerasethakul The Jim Thompson Art Center/Bangkok; Pushpamala N Nature Morte/New Delhi