Join us for an evening with Sofia Coppola to celebrate the launch of her new book Archive. In conversation with Lynn Hirschberg, Coppola will discuss this remarkable new publication, which offers an intimate, personally annotated, behind-the-scenes encounter with her eight films to date. This event will be hosted in The Great Hall located in the Foundation Building at Cooper Union at 7 East 7th Street between Third & Fourth Avenue
Saturday 19 August
Amber Husain will be in discussion with Daisy Lafarge at Edinburgh Book Festival, as they consider together the themes in their new books Meat Love and Lovebug. Join these inventive essayists as they explore the uncomfortable intimacies with the animals that we consume, and those who feed on us.
Saturday 9 September
We are thrilled to announce the opening of The Sixth Day, the first solo Los Angeles exhibition of work by Argentine American photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti. This event also marks the official opening of 939, our vibrant new cultural hub and Reading Room presented in collaboration with WEBBER.
On Francesca Woodman: Collier Schorr, Justine Kurland, Moyra Davey and Drew Sawyer in conversation at Rizzoli, New York
Wednesday 28 June
To celebrate the highly-anticipated launch of Francesca Woodman’s The Artist’s Books, we are joined by Collier Schorr, Justine Kurland, Moyra Davey, and Drew Sawyer for a dazzling conversation on the influence that Francesca Woodman’s work has had on their respective practices, and the ways in which an examination of these predominantly unseen artist’s books can shed a new light on Woodman's remarkable work.
Saturday 24 June
Join Deanna and Ed Templeton in Antwerp for a discussion of Deanna’s book and exhibition What She Said, an exploration of the inner lives and universal truths of female adolescence. They will be in conversation with Philippe Van Cauteren, artistic director of S.M.A.K., Ghent.
Tuesday 20 June
Join us at the London Review Bookshop to celebrate the launch of Amber Husain’s new book Meat Love, which explores how meat-eating has become irretrievably enmeshed with capitalist desire.