Rosanna McLaughlin is a writer based in London, UK. She is an editor at The White Review. Her book Double-Tracking was published by Carcanet Press in October 2019.
A new publishing project misunderstands the anti-patriarchal motivations behind historical pen names
In Down to Earth with Zac Efron a better body and world are but a questionable guru and a luxury holiday away
The latest game in the popular series could mark a sea change in a market long dominated by bigotry
The AI host of Netflix’s latest reality dating show is the love child of Big Tech and Saint Augustine
Can her new single, ‘Back to Me’, resurrect the career of Hollywood’s favourite fallen idol?
The controversial star of Netflix’s latest documentary is hard to watch – but harder to stop watching
The new director of London’s Chisenhale Gallery on thinking like an artist, racial hierarchies in museums and how she nearly didn’t apply for the job
A new exhibition looks back at the artists who resisted poisonous cultural narratives of the ’80s and ’90s with care, humour and style
Is the show's endless parade of heterosexual clichés a form of satire – or not?
The moral high-ground has been claimed by many in the 2010s; it has also been placed in perpetual doubt
‘Generation Q’ is as implausible as the original series, but complaining about the show’s lack of nuance is missing the point
In the artist’s frank new memoir, her turbulent decade-long relationship with Lucian Freud is one trial of many to be endured in the pursuit of her art
From the recent opening of the Villa Cerruti to Charleston’s new gallery, idiosyncratic museums and collections are flourishing
At Studio Voltaire, London, Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley take aim at #mefirst capitalism and the gospel of self-care
An exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, sheds new light on the filmmaker’s masterpiece and its appearance in pop culture and the arts
The rebooted Luleå Biennial sees a subterranean exploration of the region’s industrial and militarized past
At Focal Point Gallery, video-maker Ed Webb-Ingall and The British Free Cinema remind us how quickly our civil liberties can be taken away
‘Prize & Prejudice’ at London's UCL Art Museum is a bittersweet celebration of female talent
In a two-part exhibition at Maureen Paley, London and Morena di Luna, Hove, Donachie's portraits free female beauty and desire from the male gaze
A reckoning of dehumanized black identity at Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London