Fan Letter

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‘These works render the real, estranged personalities of our present perturbing, alluring; exquisite’

BY Gabriella Pounds | 22 JAN 19

‘I knew, while trying that chair, that I wanted whatever the future had to offer’

BY Cody Delistraty | 17 JAN 19

For all the camp and capering, Eddie and Patsy’s antics also have a plaintive, even existential tinge

BY Matthew McLean | 17 JAN 19

‘To me, it offers a particular emotional experience – something like joyful grief’

BY Laura McLean-Ferris | 11 JAN 19

‘If criticality indicates a desire for change, then surely the critic is actually an optimist’

BY Jörg Heiser | 11 JAN 19

‘I started to read Mayröcker’s work obsessively. She became one of the few writers whose every written word I have read’

BY Hans Ulrich Obrist | 11 JAN 19

‘Hollis’s great skill is to reconcile frugality with generosity’

BY Emily King | 11 JAN 19

‘I keep returning to the work – even as it changes’ 

BY Dawn Adès | 11 JAN 19

‘The bold, deep, shoulder-shaking beats of the new-jack sound era’

BY Ismail Einashe | 11 JAN 19

‘This poetic work of propaganda helped to bring about a queer communist comradeship that spanned more than 6,000 kilometres’

BY Juliet Jacques | 07 JAN 19

‘In everything she does, Adele’s honesty is at the core of her vision’

BY Allison Katz | 19 DEC 18

‘By its closing scenes, I felt compelled to stand up and clap’

BY Yung Ma | 18 DEC 18

‘I spend my life as a writer trying (failing) to approximate Oswald’s verbal economy of means’

BY Amy Sherlock | 18 DEC 18

‘Boom obsesses over every element of design – including the textures and scents of her books, as well as their appearance’

BY Alice Rawsthorn | 18 DEC 18

To celebrate the publication of Neil Tennant's collected lyrics, Michael Bracewell pays homage to the pop group 

BY Michael Bracewell | 26 SEP 18

To celebrate the publication of Neil Tennant’s collected lyrics, Michael Bracewell reflects on one of the great synth-pop groups 

BY Michael Bracewell | 17 SEP 18

Found first in the pages of NME, an homage to the critic who brought an antic traduction of high French theory to the study of contemporary pop

BY Brian Dillon | 18 AUG 18

Before ‘fake news’ and the turn against Facebook, painter David Salle remembers a book that predicted how the media sphere would shatter

BY David Salle | 16 APR 18

In praise of the inventive brilliance of the late Guy Davenport 

BY Pablo Larios | 15 OCT 17