In the 2010s, cinema grappled with the most tangible effects of the climate crisis
What we were looking at (and what we missed) in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of frieze
The moral high-ground has been claimed by many in the 2010s; it has also been placed in perpetual doubt
From The Walking Dead to Stranger Things, frightening revivals ‘captured a bit of lost magic in a disenchanted world’
Network fatigue 2.0
Founded in 2009, the app sparked a revolution in sex, dating and the social dynamics of the LGBTQ community
From Grumpy Cat to Pizza Rat, what the images we shared said about the world around us
From Somerset to Menorca, H&W’s ‘art centre’ model has redefined what a commercial gallery can be. Can our public institutions compete?
Why the rise of ‘curatorial collectives’ spells an uncertain future for the profession
From Chelsea Manning to Edward Snowden to the Trump–Russia dossier, public outcry has soon reverted to business as usual
What art speaks to us when we’re overwhelmed by climate change and global instability?
Cécile B. Evans, Jenna Sutela, Jonathan Yeo, Tiffany Funk, Luba Elliott and Anna Ridler appraise the impact of new tools and platforms over the last decade