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‘I was 13, with a group of friends, and it was my first time hearing anything so Black and British – and, also, so working class’

BY Kadish Morris | 21 FEB 19
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‘I have always chosen to listen to my heart and stick to my convictions, rather than yielding to reality’

BY Zeng Fanzhi | 19 FEB 19
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‘When I read that essay, I literally feel some kind of space opening up: I can breathe’

BY Beatrice Gibson | 19 FEB 19
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‘A brilliantly analytical account of how the increasing prominence of English has gradually pushed other languages to a minor role’

BY Vincenzo Latronico | 18 FEB 19
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‘I would like to dedicate this tribute to all of Zidane’s fans (of whom I am one)’

BY Violaine Boutet de Monvel | 13 FEB 19
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‘The last time I felt maenadically enthusiastic was during this year’s Pride, marching down the streets of Milan under a scorching sun’

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 07 FEB 19
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‘Enthusiasm leaks out from the possibility of how these things might all be together’

BY Adam Chodzko | 07 FEB 19
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‘This performance, exquisite as always, is at once emotional and precise’

BY Sarah McCrory | 06 FEB 19
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‘I held (and hold) his ideas and ethics like a compass’

BY Lauren Cornell | 06 FEB 19
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‘It reminds me of my formative years and a time of many firsts’

BY Renee So | 06 FEB 19
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‘He created rhythmic patterns that sounded, in your mind or on his voice, both adamantine and feline at once’

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 05 FEB 19
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‘Majerus was driven by mass – calm and heavy like a smooth car – six cylinder bicycle with no flat tyre’

BY Thomas Bayrle | 05 FEB 19
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‘No other type of cinema in recent decades has worshipped reality in this intense manner’

 

BY Mark Cousins | 04 FEB 19
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‘It has created a space of inclusion in a patriarchal art scene in which the visibility of female practitioners was minimal’

BY Bisi Silva | 04 FEB 19
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‘Even with the softest breeze, it comes alive and gently plays with the world around’

BY Kulapat Yantrasast | 04 FEB 19
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‘Inside the cemetery, hundreds of names descend in chronological order, but time’s forward motion clearly does not signify progress here’

BY Jennifer Kabat | 04 FEB 19
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‘The way she stumbled on stage, with her smeared lips and perfect legs, appeared at once criminally affected and wildly persuasive’

BY Michelle Orange | 04 FEB 19
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‘I stayed first for an hour, then whole afternoons and, eventually, days’

BY Jonathan P. Watts | 04 FEB 19
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Who’s Afraid of Barney Newman (1968) invokes a multiplicity of diasporic readings’

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 29 JAN 19
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‘It’s all there: charm, humour, ethics, friendship’

BY Tom Jeffreys | 24 JAN 19