Brian Dillon

Brian Dillon is professor of creative writing at Queen Mary University of London, UK. Suppose a Sentence (Fitzcarraldo Editions/New York Review Books) will be published in September 2020. He lives in London.

Various venues, Daegu, South Korea

BY Brian Dillon | 01 APR 09

Boris Groys in conversation with Brian Dillon

BY Brian Dillon | 12 MAR 09

The Crypt, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, UK

BY Brian Dillon | 12 MAR 09

Svetlana Boym (Princeton Architectural Press, 2008)

BY Brian Dillon | 01 OCT 08

Tate Britain, London, UK

BY Brian Dillon | 01 OCT 08

Boris Groys (MIT Press, Cambridge, 2008)

BY Brian Dillon | 09 SEP 08

The sophistication of Polaroid technology was not enough to save it from obsolescence – or nostalgia

BY Brian Dillon | 05 MAY 08

The Photographers' Gallery, London, UK

BY Brian Dillon | 01 JAN 08

Nine theses on slapstick

BY Brian Dillon | 01 OCT 07

For over three decades, Susan Hiller’s work has inhabited a space between knowledge and emotion, exploring histories of Modernism, photography and the occult

BY Brian Dillon | 21 SEP 07

Susan Sontag’s journals reveal her Warholian efforts at fashioning a persona

BY Brian Dillon | 06 MAY 07

What do lectures reveal about the lecturer?

BY Brian Dillon | 02 SEP 06

A great magazine is one which invents its own readership

BY Brian Dillon | 07 JUN 06