Charlie Porter is a writer who contributes to the Financial Times and Luncheon magazine. He has previously worked at titles such as The Guardian, Fantastic Man and British GQ, and has written for i-D, The Face and Love. He is a judge for the Turner Prize 2019, and has curated his first exhibition, Palimpsest, for Lismore Castle Arts in Ireland. He lectures on the BA and MA fashion course at the University of Westminster, and co-runs the queer rave Chapter 10, where he also DJs.
His first non-fiction book for Penguin Press, What Artists Wear, will publish in spring 2021, and he is also at work on a novel.
‘A liberation and a joy, beautifully written and brilliantly thought. What Artists Wear is at once a revelatory account of how art is made and an electrifying investigation into the relationship between clothes and autonomy, freedom and power.’ – Olivia Laing
‘Brilliant, loving, visually incisive.’ – Hilton Als