The Year in Review

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From Britney Spears to Adam Farah-Saad, the noughties trend that capitalized on nostalgia has finally run its course, leaving no rhinestone unturned

BY Kimi Zarate-Smith |

After a spate of gallery closures in New York, how might contemporary art find a balance in the turbulence of the city?

BY Tannon Reckling |

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

Members of the Polish art world on whether change can come quickly to a long-suffering cultural sector

From gallery expansions and closures to social media complicating relational aesthetics, three frieze editors discuss the year in art

BY Sean Burns, Marko Gluhaich AND Chloe Stead |