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On the Other Side of Fear

ften we don’t appreciate something until it’s gone. In the first two months of 2020, this cliché unfortunately rang true. With governments across Asia imposing quarantines and travel restrictions to contain the spread of Covid-19, and art organizations canceling events and postponing exhibitions in line with the mandates of health authorities, free movement diminished along with the usual art-world assemblies, at fairs, auctions, and exhibition openings. Now, the questions of how else we might commune and what it means to

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