Weekend Reading List
From Anthony Burgess being bitchy to a primer for Xenofeminism: what to read this weekend
- 'The fairest review that any novel of mine ever received was one I wrote myself.' Anthony Burgess writes a hilarious and caustic review of reviews and the people who write them.
- Turning perception into an out of body experience: Kate Kelleway's interview with the late John Berger.
- From Frieze Masters magazine: how did surrealism shape anthropology?
- More lists: McKenzie Wark's syllabus of key thinkers on design, media and technology.
What is Xenofeminism? An interview with one of its architects, Helen Hester.
Critical impasse: Chris Kraus, 'WHAT I COULDN'T WRITE'.
What cinema can learn from painting: Adam Thirlwell on narratives and tableau vivant in the work of filmmaker Raúl Ruiz, who is the subject of a three-part survey at Lincoln Center, New York.
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.