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Latifa Echakhch, Michael Krebber, Xie Nanxing, Tobias Pils and Shahzia Sikander share the books they frequently return to for inspiration

The author of ‘The Netanyahus’ speaks with Lincoln Michel about his latest work and how his definition of ‘truth’ changes with every novel

BY Lincoln Michel | 21 SEP 21

The UK-based writer's book This Dark Country: Women Artists, Still Life and Intimacy in the Early Twentieth Century (2021) shines a light on the ways women artists have defined their lives on their own terms

BY Eloise Hendy | 17 SEP 21

Juliet Jacques reviews the writer and activist’s new book, which tackles head-on the insurgent culture war around trans liberation and condemns media misrepresentations 

BY Juliet Jacques | 16 SEP 21

Writers Juliet Jacques and Isabel Waidner recent books track the legal recognition of transgender people in the UK

BY So Mayer | 15 SEP 21

Accompanying her show at Galerie Buchholz in New York, the artist’s new book leaves readers to navigate her labyrinthine conceptual practice

BY Ara H. Merjian | 17 AUG 21

A thirty-year-old memory, a one-night stand and an art exhibition featuring this newly translated piece by the prize-winning author

BY ​Annie Ernaux | 28 JUL 21

In What Artists Wear, Charlie Porter examines figures from Georgia O’Keeffe to Gilbert & George to reflect on the importance of clothing to artistic practice and identity

BY Chloë Ashby | 01 JUN 21

The performer’s recently reissued autobiography, Man Enough to Be a Woman, offers an unapologetic blueprint for gender non-conformity

BY Sam Moore | 24 MAY 21

Her latest book, a collection of 19 essays that spans art criticism, journalism and memoir, is an exhaustive examination of what it means to write

BY Travis Diehl | 14 MAY 21

An open letter to n+1’s new anthology, which explores themes of racial aggression and privilege as well as celebrating solidarity

BY Ysabelle Cheung | 14 MAY 21

The Argentine author’s new short story collection, written in the wake of economic collapse, depict women finding pleasure in unexpected circumstances  

BY Jennifer Kabat | 29 APR 21

Hatty Nestor's new book Ethical Portraits examines portraiture’s central role in understanding the discriminatory nature of the US criminal justice system 

BY Gwen Burlington | 28 APR 21

The author’s latest book, See/Saw: Looking at Photographs, condenses over 100 years of history into selected moments

BY Pádraig Ó Meiscill | 21 APR 21

'Crocodile Cradle', a collaborative project in the London gallery's window, collages together new and found texts by 51 artists, reflecting on how the pandemic has stratified society

BY Bryony White | 22 MAR 21

The UK-based poet speaks with frieze editor Andrew Durbin about her debut collection of poems from Granta

BY Andrew Durbin | 18 FEB 21

The debut novel, sugar-dusted with zeitgeist signifiers, satirizes the 21st-century urban bourgeoisie – but who is the joke actually on?

BY Jackson Arn | 12 FEB 21

The films and books that kept us afloat in a calamitous year

BY Anthony Hawley | 03 JAN 21

A century ago, the novelists Hermann Hesse and Thomas Mann depicted a world recovering from war and pandemic. What can we learn from translating their works today?

BY Susan Bernofsky | 02 DEC 20

The author’s latest novel, ‘The Silence’, is full of questions with obvious answers

BY Jackson Arn | 06 NOV 20