Weekend Reading List

From Teju Cole's favourite albums to the burkini ban: what to read this weekend

  • Sunday listening: Teju Cole lists his favourite albums.

  • Government and gimmicks: a museum displays the promotional objects that have won and lost elections.

  • The stone phantom: Marina Warner writes for frieze on monuments and iconoclasm.

  • What does the burkini ban tell us about European secularism?

  • Postcard from Belgrade: Timothy P.A. Cooper reports from the Serbian capital.

  • Bill Hayes, boyfriend of the late Oliver Sacks, writes about their relationship.

  • Reclusive writer Elena Ferrante talks to Vanity Fair about the end of her Neapolitan series.

Paul Clinton is a writer based in London, UK. He is associate editor of frieze and Frieze Masters Magazine. In 2015 he co-curated the exhibition 'duh? Art & Stupidity' at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, UK.

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