Patrick Langley

At Goldsmiths CCA, the group’s darkly comic grotesqueries reflect an unsettling age  

By Patrick Langley

A show at London’s Cabinet Gallery gives insight into the great writer’s most troubled period

By Patrick Langley

‘It would be easy to cry to this tune, but difficult to dance to it’

By Patrick Langley

A newly-published collection of the artist’s journals allows silenced voices to speak

By Patrick Langley
Kris Lemsalu, Full Time Friend Erik, 2015, skull, textile, porcelain, plastic. Courtesy: the artist, Koppe Astner, Glasgow, and Temnikova Kasela, Tallinn

Human playthings and disfigured dolls in the work of Jean-Marie Appriou, Veit Laurent Kurz, Kris Lemsalu and Athena Papadopoulos

By Patrick Langley

The importance of satire in an era of Trump

By Patrick Langley

Could online communication provide a new model for contemporary writing? Patrick Langley on two debut novels from George Saunders and Samanta Schweblin

By Patrick Langley

The final instalment of Patrick Langley's digest of recent monster books: Patrick Ness’s, A Monster Calls

By Patrick Langley

‘Unreflective nostalgia can breed monsters’ – Paul Kingsnorth's Beast (2016)

By Patrick Langley

Three beastly new novels. Part one: Sarah Perry's The Essex Serpent

By Patrick Langley

Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK

By Patrick Langley

A number of young artists such as Patrick Goddard, Marie Jacotey and Stuart Middleton are exploring the possibilites of the graphic novel

By Patrick Langley