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Three-quarters of the population of Myanmar live in rural areas. As painter and writer Ma Thanegi reports, many of their traditional ways of life remain, at least for now, untouched by the march of progress.
Weary of officialdom, young Vietnamese artists are taking to the streets, reconfiguring public space in a way that artist and curator Veronika Radulovic characterizes as “a resourceful and humorous understanding of a reductio ad absurdum.”
Performance art in Bombay is experiencing a growth spurt. But while the scene is attracting increasing attention, it is also, as curator Susan Hapgood relates, the victim of underfunding and the subject of religious repression.