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March 18, 2016

Image: ORLAN (right), Author's own photograph

ORLAN was recently in London, and myself and Clara Krzentowski were assigned to look after her for the week. ORLAN (she writes everything in capitals, even texts) is a feminist body and perfor-mance artist most widely known...

March 18, 2016

“Okay ladies now let’s get in formation” 

 Illustration: Laura Costard

Beyoncé recently released a song called Formation (it is locked on Youtube, which means it can only be viewed if someone gives you the link, so here I am, gracing you with it:

March 18, 2016

 Illustration: Tomiris


The Elephant’s Journey was first published as A Viagem do Elefante in 2008, translated and published in English in 2010. It is the second-to-last novel published during Saramago’s lifetime. Saramago was born in Portugal in 1922, an...

March 18, 2016

Death and Memory: Soane and the Architecture of Legacy is the current exhibition at The Sir John Soane’s Museum. I visited last term for a private view and curator’s talk during a Friday Late event. 


The Museum at 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields is a testament to the legacy of...

March 18, 2016

Image: Makoko Floating School, Nigeria 2013, NLE architects, Author's own photo


An architectural exhibition is undoubtedly a curatorial challenge. Most exhibitions address artists and sculptors, focusing on paintings, installations, prints or photographs. The presence...

March 8, 2016

 Illustration by Ellen Charlesworth


The 24 year old Londoner George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet, is a socially motivated poet, spoken word and recording artist. After attending a state grammar school in Barnet, George went on to study sociology, psychology...

March 4, 2016

Illustration by Claire Mead 


Hello, welcome to my cliché-ridden review of Adele’s new tune. The queen of breakup songs, and generic despair, has returned with a sizzling new cover of Lionel Richie’s classic. Only joking. The emotional roller coaster that is...

March 4, 2016

This weeks Desert Islander, and head editor of The Courtauldian, is Thomas Bodinetz.


Top 3 Albums? 

BB King, Live at the Regal, 1965  
The greatest blues player at his best. He only played about five different notes yet said more through th...

March 4, 2016

Hussein Chalayan’s Spring/Summer line was met with critical acclaim during London’s Fashion Week in the autumn of 1998. The Guardian, a traditionally left leaning newspaper, commented on the ambitious theatricality of the show; the honesty and progr...

March 4, 2016


 ‘Kanye, Juergen & Kim, Château d’Ambleville’ on display at Phillips Auction House 


For ten days in mid-November, Phillips Auction House exhibited a controversial photo series ‘Kanye, Juergen & Kim, Château d’Ambleville’, which allowed the curious...

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