Wednesday, 21 October 2015 00:00

Writing on the Wall by Roger Perry

Roger Perry’s photographs of graffiti in 1970s London showed wit, surrealism and anger scrawled across an age of austerity. Sukhdev Sandhu welcomes their reissue

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Friday, 21 August 2015 00:00

A People on the Cover by Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon offers an intriguing and personal history of black people in the US through their depiction on book covers, writes Sukhdev Sandhu

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Wednesday, 08 July 2015 00:00

Money and Tough Love: On Tour with the IMF

Liaquat Ahamed's journey to the heart of contemporary finance finds that, ultimately, there is nothing much to see. By Sukhdev Sandhu

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Thursday, 09 April 2015 14:46

The Acoustic City

Sukhdev Sandhu welcomes an exploration of how sound shapes – and is shaped by – the urban landscape, from the Heathrow flightpath to Eddie Van Halen's backyard

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Monday, 10 November 2014 14:02

Towns in Britain: Jones the Planner

An account of Britain's cities castigates recent "regeneration" efforts, but isn't ready to give up on the transformative potential of planning, says Sukhdev Sandhu

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A collection of Patrick Keiller’s essays confirms the filmmaker as one of Britain’s most important geographers, says Sukhdev Sandhu.

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Saturday, 01 March 2014 00:00

The New English Landscape

Ken Worpole and Jason Orton reveal utopian traces in the English flatlands, says Sukhdev Sandhu

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Friday, 01 November 2013 00:00

Soundings

Sukhdev Sandhu welcomes MoMA's first exhibition of sound art, but finds that the genre rings hollow when stripped of context

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Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:00

Metahaven – Islands in the clouds

Sukhdev Sandhu visits the first museum exhibition by Metahaven, the studio that branded Wikileaks.

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Friday, 30 November 2012 00:00

A New Kind of Bleak

Sukhdev Sandhu finds that Owen Hatherley’s Angry Young Man approach to the banality of modern Britain is as bracing as ever.

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