The critic and novelist Elizabeth Lowry joins Thea Lenarduzzi and Toby Lichtig to discuss the Italian Baroque master Artemisia Gentileschi, the subject of a major exhibition at the National Gallery in London, a painter whose Life is as dramatic and moving as her art; and Toby reviews new fiction steeped in dread, paranoia and failure, including a short work by Don DeLillo and the debut novel from the Oscar-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman
Artemisia – National Gallery, London, until January 24, 2021
The Silence by Don DeLillo
Antkind by Charlie Kaufman
Reality: And other stories by John Lanchester
Why Visit America by Matthew Baker
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