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Anna Maria Maiolino, Making Love Revolutionary

Art Review

December 2019

Philomena Epps

Art Review

December 2019

In 1977, a group of mothers began to meet on Thursday afternoons in Plaza de Mayo, the site of the presidential palace in Buenos...

Art Review

November 2019

Actually, the Dead are Not Dead

Izabella Scott

Art Review

November 2019

During Bergen Assembly’s opening days, I am asked to attend a number of mock funerals, including one for a...

Book Review

November 2019

Edoardo Albinati’s ‘The Catholic School’

Guy Stagg

Book Review

November 2019

‘What man is, whatever man is under the eye of heaven, that I burn to know and that –...

Book Review

November 2019

Susanna Moore’s ‘In the Cut’

Katherine Angel

Book Review

November 2019

In 2013, when Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake first aired, I tried but failed to watch it. In...

Book Review

November 2019

Vigdis Hjorth’s ‘Will and Testament’

Theodora Danek

Book Review

November 2019

Vigdis Hjorth is a pretty big deal in Norway. She has written thirty-seven books, the majority of them novels,...

Book Review

October 2019

Chantal Akerman’s ‘My Mother Laughs’

Nicole Flattery

Book Review

October 2019

There’s a scene in the documentary I Don’t Belong Anywhere, about the Belgian filmmaker’s Chantal Akerman’s life and work,...

She, Etcetera

Book Review

October 2019

Johanna Hedva

Book Review

October 2019

Every brainy queer of my generation, especially those born under the sign of Saturn, went through a phase where Susan Sontag was their daddy....

Art Review

October 2019

Alvaro Barrington, Garvey: Sex Love Nurturing Famalay

Kevin Brazil

Art Review

October 2019

The unofficial anthem of this year’s London Carnival was ‘Famalay’, a bouyon-influenced soca song that won the Road March...

Essay

September 2019

The Scrutiny of Consumption: On Korean Women’s Poetry and Literary Inheritance

Joanna Lee

Essay

September 2019

It has never been easier to buy kimchi in central London than it is today. In the past few...

Lisa Taddeo’s ‘Three Women’

Book Review

September 2019

Octavia Bright

Book Review

September 2019

Reading Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women, I kept thinking of the artist Jenny Holzer’s statement from her work Truisms: ‘abuse of power comes as no...

 

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