Darragh McKeon – All That is Solid Melts into Air: Reviewed by Jonathan Karstadt

On gazing at a ward full of young children born with horrific defects due to fallout from the Chernobyl disaster, Grigory Brovkin is preoccupied with the “beauty and ugliness resting within the single body of a diseased infant. The two faces of nature brought into stark relief.” Such contrasts are manifold in the story of Grigory; we…

Robin Ashenden | April 29, 2014