May 7, 2013
This limited edition book with fold out landscape pages collects together 48 short texts by writers and artists exploring architectures of their own creation. It was published to accompany the immersive video installation of the same name presented at SPACE studios, Hackney Wick, on 2 May 2013.
Pyramid Schemes is published in a handmade edition of 88, printed on 100gsm cartridge paper and bound in 300gsm white... [Click to read more]
April 8, 2013
'Pyramid Schemes' is a collaborative exhibition organised by Lawrence Lek and The White Review to showcase a collection of short stories about real and imaginary buildings. Drawing inspiration from the work of Victor Hugo, Apollinaire and Jorge Luis Borges, the project invites sixty contemporary artists and writers to submit 100-word texts that explore architectures of their own creation.
The first twenty submissi... [Click to read more]
April 5, 2013
Please join us to celebrate the announcement of the winner of the inaugural White Review Short Story Prize at Apartment 58 on Oxford St on Thursday 25 April from 19.30.
Novelist Tom McCarthy will announce the winner of the £2,500 prize, chosen by a jury comprising novelist Deborah Levy, editor Alex Bowler and literary agent Karolina Sutton, at the event. There will be music (more details to follow), the 'best [ho... [Click to read more]
March 19, 2013
We are delighted to announce the launch of The White Review No. 7 at Claire de Rouen Books, entrance at the Gallery Soho, 121 Charing Cross Road, on Thursday 28 March from 7-9pm. To mark the launch, artist John Stezaker, interviewed in the issue, will be in conversation with Alice Hattrick.
There will be drinks. Please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve a space at the event.
The White Review No.... [Click to read more]
January 11, 2013
The White Review presents a panel discussion on the future of the literary journal in the gallery at Foyles bookshop on Charing Cross Road, London, from 6.30-8.30pm on 24 January. The editors will be joined by Christian Lorentzen, senior editor at the London Review of Books, and special guests for an evening of drinking and debate. Audience participation is encouraged. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to r... [Click to read more]
December 1, 2012
The White Review No. 6 launches in London at the Wapping Project Bankside (close to the Tate Modern). The event will take place amongst an exhibition of the work of Nelli Palomaki, and feature readings by poets Emily Berry, Olivia McCannon and Sarah Hesketh, all of whom are featured in the new issue. There will be drinks. Please RSVP to email@example.com. Space is limited for this event, which runs from 6.3... [Click to read more]
December 1, 2012
To celebrate the release of the new issue in France, editors Jacques Testard and Benjamin Eastham have put together a panel to discuss the past, present and future of literary and arts journals. We are delighted to be joined at Shakespeare and Company by Christian Lorentzen (Senior Editor at the London Review of Books and editor of Say What You Mean: The n+1 Anthology), Craig Taylor (Five Dials, and the author of Lon... [Click to read more]
October 18, 2012
The White Review hosts a screening of Powell & Pressburger's Gone To Earth at the Institute of Contemporary Arts on Thursday 25 October. The film will be introduced by writer and critic Brian Dillon. Please visit the ICA website to book a seat for the screening.
Gone to Earth is based on Mary Webb's melodramatic novel of 1917: the tale of a wild-natured young woman (played by Jennifer Jones) torn between the ... [Click to read more]
October 7, 2012
Mythos Berlin is a new book published by The White Review in collaboration with the German Embassy London. A series of essays, interviews and analyses explore the reputation of Berlin as a cultural capital since the fall of the Wall.
Please contact or Susanne Schulze or Margaretha Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for the launch. ... [Click to read more]
September 25, 2012
On a rare visit to London, novelist and critic Joshua Cohen will be reading from a novella, 'Sent', at contemporary art gallery Carroll/Fletcher during Frieze week.
'Sent' begins mythically in the woods of Russia, but in a few virtuosic pages plunges into the present, where an aspiring journalist finds himself in a village that shelters all the women who’ve starred in all the internet porn he’s ever enjoyed. ... [Click to read more]