Scott McCulloch

'Letter from Athens' by Scott McCulloch

Scott McCulloch
28 July 2015

Behind Omonoia Square I check into a cheap hotel, one that mainly sleeps prostitutes and their customers. The receptionist is worn – nicotine fingers, few teeth, sharp cheekbones, gaunt features. His flesh is as green as old tattoos. Leading me down the dank hallway, he lifts up his G-Star Raw T-shirt and scratches a large tattoo of a skull heaving angels from its ... More

Letter from Tehran by Scott McCulloch

Scott McCulloch
27 April 2015

‘We are the children of death and it is death that rescues us from the deceptions of life.’
Sadeq Hedayat

Smoke fills the car as my friend Amir and I share a cigarette and hurtle down the highway from Tehran airport to the north of the gargantuan metropolis. Thin crowns of sunlight emerge from the shadowy horizon. The urban sprawl starts to ... More

Letter from Ukraine

Scott McCulloch
23 September 2014

ABR contributor Scott McCulloch writes about his recent encounters, experiences, and realisations while travelling in Ukraine.

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Scott McCulloch reviews 'Lost Art'

Scott McCulloch
25 September 2012

Lost Art: Two Essays on Cultural Dysfunction is an absorbing and lyrical journey through the contemporary art world. Combining a sensibility that is both highly critical and deeply personal, Julian Davies and Phil Day analyse what is celebrated and what is forgotten in an increasingly ruthless and commercial industry.

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