Charlie Fox

Cabinet, London, UK

By Charlie Fox
Pee-wee Herman on the cover of The Face magazine, July 1987

The return of Pee-wee Herman’s queer carnivalesque 

By Charlie Fox
Ben Rivers, What Means Something, 2015, film still. Courtesy the artist and Camden Arts Centre, London

Julia Holter, Alexander McQueen and Ben Rivers: Charlie Fox shares his highlights from 2015

By Charlie Fox

A hallucinatory history of artists and intoxication

By Charlie Fox
Netsuke from the collection of Edmund de Waal

Barbican, London, UK

By Charlie Fox
Jack Bilbo, Woman Expecting Triplets Returning Home from the Cinema, c. 1948, ink on paper, 36 × 25 cm

David Zwirner, London, UK

By Charlie Fox
Yvonne Rainer, Duet from Terrain, 1963, Yvonne Rainer and Trisha Brown performing at Judson Memorial Church, New York

Raven Row, London, UK

By Charlie Fox
Dramatic Unveiling of Monument  to Peter the Great in Moscow, 1997,  2014, ink and watercolour  on paper in artist’s frame, 1.3 × 1.5 m. All images courtesy the artist, Herald St, London, and  Galleria Franco Noero, Turin

Time-travelling with Pablo Bronstein

By Charlie Fox

The oldest known face of a woman

By Charlie Fox
Mark Fisher & Justin Barton, On Vanishing Land,  2013, colour photograp

With references to Brian Eno, M.R. James and the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop, the pair create an eerie ‘audio essay’ charting a walk from Felixstowe to Sutton Hoo

By Charlie Fox
Jean Cocteau, Boy and Lyre, 1958. Courtesy: Michael Parkin Gallery / The Bridgeman Art Library, ADAGP Paris / DACS, London

How writers and filmmakers have responded to that most melancholy of colours

By Charlie Fox
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