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Vivian Gornick’s latest collection of essays on literature, culture and feminism demonstrates the power of the voice in personal journalism.
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In her third chapter of the series, Elodie Rose Barnes walks the streets of Paris trying to uncover fragments of Djuna Barnes’ relationship with Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven and her attempt to write a biography of the Dada artist’s life.
Read More “Chapter 3: The Art of Translating a Life”
Majella Mark looks back to her own artwork, The Return, 2020, a celebration of African ancestry, and asks where can black men and women go to be safe in light of the murders of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery?
Read More “Postcards in Isolation 23: Majella Mark, The Return, 2020”
Following its grand opening at the Met Gala, the exhibition Camp: Notes on Fashion explores the concept of ‘camp’ through a Sontagion lens and reveals its cultural, political and social significance today, writes our contributor Georgia Good.
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The National Theatre’s revival of Sondheim’s Follies is a shining example of what musical theatre at its very best can offer, writes our arts contributor Jo Hemmings.
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Our arts contributor, Yosola Olorunshola, interviews Vicki Igbokwe, creative director, choreographer and founder of Uchenna Dance on the eve of her latest production, Hansel and Gretel, at The Place.
Read More “‘I got baptised on the dance floor.’ An Interview with Vicki Igbokwe, founder of Uchenna Dance”