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Ngozi Onwurah, Three Short Films

Art Review

January 2018

Rashida Seriki

Art Review

January 2018

Three of Ngozi Onwurah’s exceptional shorts were screened at the fifteenth London Short Film Festival this January. Ngozi was a member of the late 1980s...

Book Review

January 2018

David Hayden’s ‘Darker With the Lights On’

Brian Dillon

Book Review

January 2018

In his 1970 essay ‘The Concept of Character in Fiction’, the late William H. Gass wrote that those entities...

Art Review

January 2018

RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE, TWILIGHT LANGUAGE

Priya Khanchandani

Art Review

January 2018

As you enter Raqs Media Collective’s exhibition ‘Twilight Language’ at the Whitworth in Manchester, the gallery lights are dimmed: as...

Book Review

January 2018

Carmen Maria Machado’s ‘Her Body and Other Parties’

Nicole Flattery

Book Review

January 2018

I’m reluctant to admit this but it’s often easier for me to write about a book I hated rather...

Art Review

January 2018

Maja Čule, Mouth

Nadia Quadmani

Art Review

January 2018

The contemporary hunter-gatherer does not hunt to survive. Rather, he (neo-survivalism is a predominantly heterosexual male pursuit) forages for...

Book Review

January 2018

Audre Lorde’s ‘Your Silence Will Not Protect You’

Bridget Minamore

Book Review

January 2018

There’s a clarity to Audre Lorde’s writing that becomes most apparent when you are presented with a collection of...

Books of the Year

reviews

December 2017

reviews

December 2017

Presenting members of The White Review editorial team, esteemed contributors, and friends of the magazine on the books they’ve been reading in 2017      ...

Art Review

December 2017

Alina Szapocznikow, Human Landscapes

Philomena Epps

Art Review

December 2017

‘I produce awkward objects,’ the sculptor Alina Szapocznikow wrote in 1972. ‘Of all the manifestations of the ephemeral, the...

Art Review

December 2017

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Boom for Real

Cora Gilroy-Ware

Art Review

December 2017

Matilde Andrades regularly took the subway to Museum Mile with her son Jean-Michel Basquiat. Their favourite destinations were MoMA...

Issy Wood, When You I Feel

Art Review

December 2017

Robert Assaye

Art Review

December 2017

At the centre of Issy Wood’s solo exhibition at Carlos/Ishikawa is a room-within-a room. The division of the gallery into two viewing spaces –...

 

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