sat 22/06/2024

Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou

Articles By Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou

Dineo Seshee Raisibe Bopape: (ka) pheko ye / the dream to come, Kiasma, Helsinki review - psychic archaeology

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'The people behind the postcards': an interview with Priya Hein, author of 'Riambel'

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Beatriz Milhazes: Maresias, Turner Contemporary review - the taste and sight of Brazil

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Matter as Actor, Lisson Gallery review - living in a material world

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Seraphina Madsen: Aurora review - the tarot won’t save us

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Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Paths to Abstraction, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle review - secret worlds revealed

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Sonia Boyce: Feeling Her Way, Turner Contemporary review - a feedback loop of musical union

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10 Questions for writer and translator Saskia Vogel

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Savala Nolan: Don't Let It Get You Down review - finding voice in the liminal

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Amalie Smith: Thread Ripper review - the tangled web we weave

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10 Questions for art historian and fiction writer Chloë Ashby

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Joanna Walsh: Girl Online - A User Manual review - how 'beatifoul' it is to be online

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Scholastique Mukasonga: The Barefoot Woman review - remembering Rwanda before 1994

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