Phoebe Braithwaite is a PhD student at Harvard University working on Stuart Hall. Her writing has been published in the ‘New Statesman’, ‘Dissent’ and the ‘TLS’.
A static portrait of a static world – ‘Bloodlines’ by Amie Siegel, reviewed
The artist’s latest film shows how the past permeates the present in a series of sumptuous scenes – but is it saying anything new?
13 Jul 2022
The Masterpiece podcast: episode three
This episode explores an ancient funeral stele, Marie Antoinette’s breast bowl, and how digital technologies are helping to preserve Egyptian heritage sites
The loss of the National Glass Centre would be a shattering blow