VOLUME 28 - 2018

  Volume 28 Number 1  
Singapore/The United States - Coming Together Again: Lydia Janssen - Ian Findlay
Israel - Shifting Realities: Pamela Levy - Gil Goldfine
Australia - An Extraordinary Human Narrative: Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters at the National Museum of Australia - Christine Nicholls
Hong Kong - The Visual Poetry of Compassion: Chu Hing Wah - Ian Findlay/ Chang Tsong-Zung
India/France - The Indian French Connection: 27 Indian artists - Uma Prakash
Reviews - China: Wang Yin at Mirrored Gardens; Hong Kong: Stephen King at Alisan Fine Arts; India: Vivan Sundaram at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art and Riyas Komu at Vadehra Art Gallery; the United States: Kiyoshi Nakagami at Miles McEnery Gallery
  Volume 28 Number 2  
Hong Kong - Finding Magical Narratives in the Ordinary: Josephine Chow Suk Fan - Ian Findlay
England/India - Revisiting Seven Indian Painters: S H Raza, Akbar Padamsee, Tyeb Mehta, Paritosh Sen, Avinash Chandra, Anwar Jalal Shemza, Francis Newton Souza, Ram Kumar, Laxman Pai, M F Husain, and Mohan Samant at Manchester's Whitworth Art Gallery - Joel Robinson
The United States - East Meets West: Makoto Fujimura - Gil Goldfine
New Zealand - Pacific Visions: Lisa Reihana - Victoria Hynes
Russia - Bridging Time and Space: Anna Berezovskaya - Ian Findlay
Australia - The Complexity of Experience: Eleven Australian Muslim artist collective - Christine Nicholls
Reviews - Australia: Enough Khalas at the University of NSW Gallery; Hong Kong: Shan Weijun at Alisan Fine Arts, Hiroshi Mori at Art Experience Gallery, Xu Longsen at Hanart TZ Gallery, Michael Nock at Nockart Gallery, Mediocre at This is Not a Gallery and Nockart Gallery, and Jane Lee at Pao Galleries; India: Tarshito at Art Konsult and Art of Earth; Israel: Small is Beautiful at the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art; Korea: Shen Chen at Gowolhun Gallery; New Zealand: Reuben Paterson at The Central, Arts Centre of Christchurch; The United States: Jim Jobe at Huntsville Museum of Art and Art and China After 1989/Theater of the World at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  Volume 28 Number 3  
Israel - Crossing Borders: Jewish and Muslim artists'concept of maps - Gil Goldfine
China - Lively Scenarios of Everyday Urbanity: The Shenzhen Urbanism and Architecture Bi-City Biennale -
Joel Robinson

Hong Kong - The Future Smart City: The recent Urbanism and Architecture Bi-City Biennale / Hong Kong -
Joel Robinson

Australia - Stories Australians Tell Ourselves: Australian cinema exhibitions at Adelaide's Samstag Museum of Art - Christine Nicholls
India - The Magic of Tradition: Jayasri Burman - Uma Prakash
Reviews - Hong Kong: Xu Jianguo at Alisan Fine Arts, Yes and Now at Art Experience Gallery; Luo Ying and Qiu Shihua at Hanart TZ Gallery; Wilson Shieh at Hong Kong Arts Center; Tradition to Contemporary: Ink Painting and Artistic Development in 20th Century China at the University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong, India: Ranbir Kaleka at Bikaner House; Gaja Yatra (Elephant Journey) at the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts, Singapore: Theo Jansen at the ArtScience Museum, the United States: Lanora Pierce Yates at The Lamar Dodd Art Center, LaGrange College
  Volume 28 Number 4  
Hong Kong - A Magician of Place: Wilson Shieh - Ian Findlay
Australia - Man for All Seasons: Wladyslaw Dutkiewicz - Christine Nicholls
Singapore - Some Unique Female Narrative Voices: Women photographers and video artists - Christine Han
The United States - A Journey Ever Forward: Chinyee - Ian Findlay
Australia - Life, Art, And the Strength of Family: Kwementyaye (Kathleen) Petyarre - Christine Nicholls
Reviews - China: Ding Yi at ShanghART; Shen Aiqi at Donghu Shan Art Museum, Hong Kong: Yan Shanchun and Cao Xiaoyang at Hanart TZ Gallery, India: Jangarh Singh Shyam at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Zealand: Jess Johnson and Simon Ward at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, The United States: Denise Stewart-Sanabria at Huntsville Museum of Art; Yang Soon-yeal at Elga Wimmer, PCC; Koki Doktori at Mark Gallery in collaboration with Lichtundfire

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