Chris McNab

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Churchill DVD Review

Winston Churchill is probably, next to Margaret Thatcher, the most contentious figure in 20th Century…

Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919-1933 – Tate Liverpool Exhibition Review

The August Sander/Otto Dix exhibition at Tate Liverpool is one of the most satisfying exhibitions I’ve seen for a long time. The title is entirely appropriate

Live Music Review: The Nooran Sisters at City Halls, Glasgow

The Nooran Sisters are probably not a huge name in the UK outside the Asian…

Ed Ruscha at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Review

“I travel a lot, but I don’t come away with new inspiration” – Ed Ruscha…

Book Review: Killing for Company by Brian Masters

Brian Masters’ attempt to analyse the crimes and character of Dennis Nilsen is, ultimately, well-intentioned…

The Lure Review

The Lure, a documentary directed by Tomas Leach, follows six people through New Mexico in…

The Invention of Realism: Beyond Caravaggio at the National Gallery of Scotland

The title of this exhibition – if you’re inclined to be pedantic – could be…

El Ten Eleven – Unusable Love EP Review

El Ten Eleven is an LA based duo (Kristian Dunn on bass and guitar, Tim…

Point Blank, The Summer of Love, and The Code

“The guilty are punished, the virtuous rewarded, the authority of church and state is legitimate,…

Film Noir: Back in Black

As an indicator of what a film is likely to be, the tag film noir…