Brian Dillon

In ‘Coventry’, events seem to happen to somebody else, to a person Cusk repeatedly exposes and judges

By Brian Dillon

‘It’s the way he talks about his own death that amazed then and impresses today’

By Brian Dillon

Found first in the pages of NME, an homage to the critic who brought an antic traduction of high French theory to the study of contemporary pop

By Brian Dillon

The politics of the choco-pie, a materialist account of ‘cultural appropriation’ and Acid Corbynism: what to read this weekend

Nairy Baghramian, Drawing Table (Homage to Jane Bowles), 2017,  installation view at EMST–National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, as part of documenta 14. Courtesy: the artist, Galerie Buchholz, Cologne/Berlin/New York, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/London/Paris,  and kurimanzutto, Mexico City; photograph: Mathias Völzke

Revision and revolt in the work of Nairy Baghramian

By Brian Dillon

From the Women's Strike to a march that cancels itself out: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

Author and poet Susan Stewart's new book shows her abiding concern with lyric

By Brian Dillon

From Umberto Eco on fascism to Thomas Pynchon’s stand-in: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

Tate Modern, London, UK

By Brian Dillon

From Michael Gove to Mary Hurrell to Orange is The New Black, the year in review

By Brian Dillon
Alison Knowles and Pauline Oliveros, Brahms was a two-penny harlot, c.1970, postcard

From Beethoven's lesbianism to the precarious foundations of political philosophy: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

Marian Goodman Gallery, London, UK

By Brian Dillon