Culture Digest

Pepe the Frog, a meme that has been adopted online as a symbol of nationalism and alt-right sentiment. Courtesy: Twitter

Goodbye Pepe? From diving into the LA Jobber Market to the women of the alt-right: what to read this weekend

The dystopian promise of the fidget spinner, 'family values' and neoliberalism, and visions of art after social collapse: what to read this weekend

Life in Roman Britain - The Story of Britain, a BBC educational video hosted on YouTube

Christopher Nolan's 'Hobbesian anti-art' and the spectacular implosion of Shia LaBeouf's 'He Will Not Divide Us': what to read this weekend

From a wild child to a talking mongoose: what to read this weekend

Playgrounds as radical propositions, the problem with Okja, and debating ‘the dirtbag left’: what to read this weekend

A tribute to Liu Xiaobo, Justin Trudeau’s socks, and Monocle’s globalist chic: what to read this weekend

From unmasking an author to literary dress sense: what to read this weekend

Murakami's vanishing women, Paddington's immigrant story, and Emmanuel Macron's ruthless political will: what to read this weekend

Nicholas Serota profiled, Zadie Smith on appropriation, and the theological support for Trumpcare: what to read this weekend

The Haitian Revolution as a lesson in corporate leadership and meeting the 'prophet of the Anthropocene': what to read this weekend

Reclaiming leisure, and the enduring influence of Stuart Hall: what to read this weekend

Fact checking Trump and New York gallery roster demographics: what to read this weekend

Video

Artists' Film - 18 Aug 2017

An exclusive preview of Hannah Perry's short film for Channel 4: Random Acts, broadcast Monday 21 August at midnight

Design Matters - 20 Jul 2017

In the second of a new six-part film series, Design Matters, Barber & Osgerby talk about how function informs their designs

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