Issue 208

In our first issue of the new decade, we look back on some of the best (and worst) of the last ten years and find a few reasons to be excited for 2020

By Amy Sherlock

What we were looking at (and what we missed) in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of frieze

By Jennifer Higgie

As Blake’s most comprehensive retrospective to date closes at the ICA, Los Angeles, Shiv Kotecha examines the artist’s three-decade practice, which revels in the infinite variations of identity and

By Shiv Kotecha

In collaborations with her community and family, Halsey leans towards the funky, the funny and the queer

By Jonathan Griffin

Some suggestions for the International Council of Museums

By Tom Morton

A specially commissioned visual essay by the artist, ahead of his Hammer Museum retrospective

By Paul McCarthy

In the era of climate crisis, we all need to rethink how and why we travel

By Kyle Chayka

Why we’re excited about new works by Jamie Crewe, Sung Tieu, Rodrigo Hernández and Thảo Nguyên Phan

By Multiple Authors

After a storied career documenting faraway places and ‘outsiders’ closer to home, the German experimental filmmaker turns the lens back on her own life in her new feature, Paris Calligrammes

By Amy Sherlock

The comedian’s aggressions are meant to produce pleasure, but often result in arguments and criticism

By Lynne Tillman

Co-working spaces provide corporate culture for people who don’t have a corporation

By Will Wiles

Q. What could you imagine doing if you didn’t do what you do? A. Raising goats

By ​Annie Ernaux