BY Harry Thorne in Culture Digest | 27 FEB 16

Weekend Reading List

An analysis of the Uber redesign to Karl Ove Knausgård on Karl Ove Knausgård: our favourite online reads

BY Harry Thorne in Culture Digest | 27 FEB 16

• A detailed takedown of the Uber redesign, by Eli Schiff.

• On the occasion of two LA exhibitions, Michael Kurcfeld looks at the photography of Catherine Opie.

• At The New York Review of Books, Zadie Smith writes about Schopenhauer’s On the Suffering of the World, a new film from Charlie Kaufman, and The Polar Express 4D Experience.

• Peter Schjeldahl reconsiders the legacy of Edvard Munch for the New Yorker.

• At n+1, a moving essay by Sarah Resnick on heroin addiction and harm reduction.

• Joan Miró’s grandson gives Alastair Sooke a tour of the late artist’s studio for the BBC.

• ‘He’s no ordinary con man. He’s way above average.’ Matt Taibbi on how America has made Donald Trump unstoppable.

• At the Guardian, Karl Ove Knausgård writes about Karl Ove Knausgård.

• To coincide with ‘Performing for Camera’ at Tate Modern, London, Liz Jobey reflects on a history of photographic documentation and deceit.

• On the London Review of Books blog, Gillian Darley looks at beautiful but impractical architecture.

Harry Thorne is a writer and editor based in London, UK.