BY Paul Clinton in Culture Digest | 03 JUN 16

Weekend Reading List

From Teffi to totalitarianism: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton in Culture Digest | 03 JUN 16

  • The sci-fi novel was born in 1616: so claims the writer John Crowley

  • Can you handle philosophy? Ludwig Wittgenstein and the door-handle

  • ‘That wasn’t my 1980s’ – Dale Peck on the art and culture of that much maligned decade 

  • Should critics with theories be treated with suspicion?

  • Is democracy a state of mind? The politics of psychoanalysis

  • Pablo Picasso and totalitarianism – T.J. Clark revisits the painter’s mural The Fall of Icarus (1958)

  • Why have theories of intersectionality ignored matters of economic transformation?

  • As interest in Teffi continues to grow, Sophie Pinkham explores her relationship to the Russian Revolution

  • Should artists 'think global'? Conceptualism and its contexts

Paul Clinton is a writer, curator and editor based in London, UK. He is a lecturer in curating at Goldsmiths, University of London.