Space at the Centre: London 1994-2007 interprets a crucial era in London's startling transformation over the past three decades, focussing on the lives and work of a generation of artists, many of whom have come to define British art over the last two decades.
My review of Wild Sea, Joy McCann's authoritative and entertaining history of the Southern Ocean, the world's wildest and most remote body of water, is published in the September 9th edition of History Today.
This month, two exhibitions and a flurry of symposia in his home town of Norwich commemorate what would have been the writer WG Sebald’s 75th birthday.
I recently participated in an event organised by Birkbeck College’s journal of new writing, The Mechanics’ Institute Review. MIR is planning the first of several themed issues. The inaugural one will be on ‘Climate’ – a broad concept, as we discussed.
Photo: the image of Walter Benjamin at the Whitney Gallery, New York City, August 2018.