Roland Barthes

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In essays covering Samuel Beckett to Tacita Dean, the writer reflects on irresistible artworks

BY Bailey Trela |

Amidst cycles of protest, Zoé Samudzi considers Mati Diop’s film in which young men ‘return’ to the shores of Dakar from their fatal attempt to emigrate overseas

BY Zoé Samudzi |

A new compilation traces the critic and artist’s thinking over several decades, including gems from Roland Barthes, Edward Hopper, Lucy Lippard and others 

BY Lucy Cotter |

How technology has shaped our expectations of desirable design

BY Alice Rawsthorn |

The revered thinker's only acting performance

BY Derek Horton |

Séamus Kealy, the director of the Salzburger Kunstverein, examined to what extent the concept of the punctum is still viable

BY Noemi Smolik |

Mourning, fiction and love: the final thoughts of a great writer

BY Sylvère Lotringer |

John Baldessari by Barbara Bloom

BY Barbara Bloom |

Michael Fried (Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2008)

BY Mark Bolland |

Literary highlights of 2008 included a biography of Theodor Adorno, a new novel by Philip Roth and short stories by Ali Smith

The Mythologizing of Roland Barthes

BY Tom Morton |