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Rosanna Mclaughlin

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  • Rosanna Mclaughlin lives in London, where she was born. Her essays and reviews have featured in publications including ArtReview, BOMB and Frieze. She was shortlisted for the Fitzcarraldo Essay Prize 2016; in 2017 she was the TAARE British Council writer in residence. She is an editor at The White Review.
    Praise for Rosanna Mclaughlin  'Mclaughlin presents a series of engaging chapters in the forms of historical essays; droll, first-person commentaries; and satirical vignettes... The book's greatest challenges are to avoid snideness or preaching to the choir, and Mclaughlin dodges both traps, instead drawing her reader toward a deeper questioning of working class appropriation and its perverse presence in the art world and middle-class liberalism.'
    Esmé Hogeveen, The Brooklyn Rail
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