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From a collection of stories inspired by Franz Kafka to Lauren Elkin’s debut novel, the frieze team chooses its beach reads


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How a storied artists’ book publisher placed 1970s conceptual art into the hands of a new generation

BY Dan Fox |

The author speaks about the importance of transgression in art and why her latest book is dedicated to the poet Eileen Myles

BY Esmé Hogeveen |

The author’s latest book on his attempted assassination is a doting memoir about love and the allure of life

BY Arun A.K. |

From a posthumously published book by Elias Canetti to Lauren Oyler’s latest collection of essays, the frieze team recommend the new books they’re most excited about

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In her debut novel, The Extinction of Irena Rey, the writer experiments with form whilst interrogating literary theory and the politics of language 

BY Ivana Cholakova |

In her latest book Playboy, the author addresses the unfair power dynamics that come with narrativising your life

BY Ren Ebel AND Constance Debré |

The poet’s debut novel explores the difficulties of tentative living arrangements against the backdrop of Britain’s ongoing housing crisis

BY Matthew Turner |

Other highlights include an exhibition dedicated to Josephine Baker and SZA’s GRAMMY-nominated album

BY Angel Lambo |

To celebrate the release of his new book, Remember to Dream! 100 Artists, 100 Notes, the author and curator shares a list of literary works that have inspired him

BY Hans Ulrich Obrist |

The author’s latest collection, which takes place in an imaginary museum, often manifests as a parody of scientific observation

BY Bailey Trela |

From Dorothy Sze’s dystopian romance to M. John Harrison's future classic 'anti-memoir', here are our favourite books of the year

The author and journalist's latest novel, translated by Julia Sanches, ruminates on race, desire, familial heritage and the reverberations of colonialism

BY Bartolomeo Sala |

From a new novel by Teju Cole to the English language debut of an iconic Japanese novel, the frieze team recommend what they’re reading

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Diarmuid Hester’s Nothing Ever Just Disappears and Robert Glück’s About Ed offer compelling portraits of the histories and intimacies of artists, writers and lovers who shaped the 20th century

BY Sam Buchan-Watts |

Spanning stories, fragmentary essays and press releases, the author’s new collection veers between Joan Didion-esque social studies and pseudo-blasé reportage

BY Esmé Hogeveen |

Novelist Isabel Waidner explores the artist’s keen interest in writing and books

BY Isabel Waidner |

In his new book, journalist Ed Gillett illustrates how the genre became intertwined with British conservative politics in a time of social division

BY Tayyab Amin |

Transforming limitations into artistic resources with community support

BY Ghislaine Leung |

The reissue of the 2001 collection considers the AIDS crisis through the lens of the Italian filmmaker

BY Mackenzie Lukenbill |