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Caves, sleep, absence of light     1. Oh what is this light that holds us fast? Frank O’Hara [1]   I was about to...

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Long before the advent of ‘fake news’, Martha Rosler was teaching us how to think critically about documentary imagery...

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‘without memory, the present becomes sick, mutilated, a torso with amputated organs.’ — EEG by Daša Drndić, translated by Celia...

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During the 1990s, Cady Noland earned a reputation for...

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I am ill as I write this, a situation I attribute to taking public transport now that winter has...

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We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s Poet’s Prize. The selected portfolios will be judged by Anne Boyer, Kayo Chingonyi and...

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Three Poems

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Caciocavallo Podolico   I call up the man from Apulia to talk about how cheese is made from the...

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Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance

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When an exhibition promises to do away with a singular narrative in favour of presenting ‘multiple histories’ the result...

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It’s tempting to imagine Prabda Yoon’s short story collection...

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The memorial for the artist was as inconclusive as...

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When I arrive in Moscow, I am picked up...

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Slip of a Fish is set within the persistent...

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In The Showroom’s Women on Aeroplanes, three artists explore...

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Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’

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Reading Sally Rooney’s second novel Normal People is a compulsive experience. After the navy blue Faber & Faber proofs...

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Kerry James Marshall, an artist who grew up both...

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Halfway through James Bridle’s foreboding, at times terrifying, but...

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Somewhere on the internet is a two-hour video of...

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The tyrant’s sickest triumph is to make his subjects...

The Uses of Queer Art

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In June 2018 a crowd assembled in Tate Britain to ask: ‘What does a queer museum look like?’ Surrounded by the airless eroticism of...

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MAY   you slid into my life as though a witch’s smock — a sun poem.   fat bee...

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When I was twenty-seven, my Sleep stepped out of me like a passenger from a train carriage, looked around...

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I’ve had the privilege of knowing Margo Jefferson since 2011, when I took her class, The Critic As Artist, as a student in Columbia’s...

 

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