Weekend Reading List
Goodbye Pepe? From diving into the LA Jobber Market to the women of the alt-right: what to read this weekend
- Angela Nagle believes that the events in Charlottesville mark the end of a significant phase of the alt-right: ‘The alt-right in the strict sense will now become more isolated, more focused and unambiguous - and perhaps more militant’.
- Don’t miss this disturbing Harper’s piece on the women of the alt-right.
- Here at frieze, Andrew Maerkle tracks Japan’s explosion of art festivals, and the precarious path between state-sponsored leisure-culture and soft-power machinery.
- Christina Moon dives into the nerve centre for fast fashion in the US: the LA Jobber Market.
- González Iñárritu's goal is 'to offer viewers an impactful sensory experience as much as a pedagogical one’. Emmanuel Ordóñez Angulo on the politics of his VR experience ‘art installation’ Carne y Arena.
- The New Yorker gained access to the Ecuadorian embassy in London to profile Julian Asange.
- And whatever happened to the negative music review?