KARIN MAMMA ANDERSSSON: In only a few years she's become one of Sweden's best-known contemporary artists. As a show of new work opens in London, she speaks with ArtReview about childhood, the perils of success and the comfort of mortality.
OLAFUR ELIASSON: With his Serpentine pavillion unveiled this month and a major retrospective at SFMOMA, Olafur Eliasson explains the importance of time to experiencing his art.
IL TEMPO DEL POSTINO: Featuring a galaxy of star artists, Philippe Parreno and Hans Ulrich Obrist's theatrical event seeks to reinvent the exhibition as a time-based spectacle.
Plus DANIEL BUREN and JOSHUA MOSLEY
Art Pilgrimage: Tokyo
As TOKYO forms and reforms at breakneck speed, so does the Tokyo art world. We survey the venues, the hangouts, the makers and the shakers and review how the chaotic town has reshaped itself throughout the decades.
CHRIS MARKER, CECIL BALMOND, EVA AND FRANCO MATTES and the rediscovery of some unwitting sonic experimentation in yesteryear's archives, from children's TV to vintage porn with TRUNK RECORDS