Harry Long

Harry Long is an undergraduate student of philosophy and French at the University of Oxford. From 2011 to 2013, he was a member of the sketch-comedy group The Oxford Revue, and in 2013 he wrote his first novel, Lights.

Tonnerre

Shades of Gray In Disturbing Film

February 9, 2014 | By Harry Long | Without Category

After watching director Guillaume Brac’s Tonnerre, you might be inclined to make the distinction between forgettable works of art that are pleasurable because they entertain, and unforgettable works of art that are at once pleasurable and disturbing. I would place Tonnerre … Read More

Voyage dans L’Ancienne Russie

February 7, 2010 | By Harry Long | Archive

So It Was in Old Russia Photo © Procoudine-Gorsky/Bibliothèque du Congrès Washington The current exhibition at Paris’s Musée Zadkine, “Voyage dans L’Ancienne Russie,” reminded me of a passage by Roland Barthes in La Chambre Claire. He wrote that the sadness,

Esther Ferrer: Face B. Image/Autoportrait

February 7, 2010 | By Harry Long | Archive

An Artist’s Unsparing Self-Portrait/Shrine to Herself “Tête Pliée” (2002), from the series “Le Livre des Têtes,” by Esther Ferrer. “Face B. Image/Autoportrait” is an interesting and funny exhibition of edited photographs, videos and sculptures by Spanish artist Esther Ferrer at … Read More

Contes Ineffables, Gérard Garouste

February 7, 2010 | By Harry Long | Archive

Paris Update Flash News iNEFFABLE STORIES “Wagner, Méphistophélès et l’Homonculus” (2013), by Gérard Garouste. Courtesy Galerie Daniel Templon. Photo: B.Huet/Tutti One painting in “Contes Ineffables,” French artist Gérard Garouste’s current exhibition of paintings and sculpture at the Galerie Daniel Templon … Read More

Silent Faces

February 7, 2010 | By Harry Long | Archive

Paris Update Art News POIGNANT LIVES “Les Histoires d’Amour Finissent Mal…en Général” (2011), by Giulia Andreani. Even though the exhibition “Silent Faces” (through March 8) is being held in the minuscule Galerie 22,48 m2, (30 rue des Envierges, 75020 Paris; … Read More