The January/February issue of frieze sees Hilary Lloyd creates a commissioned artwork, the first in our new 'Visual Essays' series; Amalia Pica interviews Beatriz González; plus monographs on Elaine Lustig Cohen and Angelica Mesiti.
Also featuring Dan Fox on the current nostalgia for New York's 'bad old days' of the 1970s and '80s; Evan Moffitt explores how artists Bethany Collins, Steffani Jemison, Adam Pendleton and Kameelah Janan Rasheed are using black radical poetry to unpack subjectivity and race; and artist Haegue Yang, winner of the 2018 Wolfgang Hahn Prize, talks about the objects and ideas that have shaped her thinking.
Hettie Judah asks if recent innovations in sustainable fashion are enough to save the planet; following the publications of Mute: A Visual Document from 1978 → tomorrow, Simon Reynolds explores the history of the enigmatic music label; Jerome Boyd-Maunsell reviews Stories, the first collection of Susan Sontag's short fiction; as Women in Trouble premiers at Berlin's Volksbühne, theatre director Susanne Kennedy discusses her life and influences; contributing editor Sam Thorne on the 15th anniversary of 'High Desert Test Sites', Joshua Tree's annual art programme; the artist Christian Nyampeta reveals the books that have influenced him; and writer Michelle Orange asks if acting awards should be gender neutral.
Plus: 48 exhibition reviews from around the world, and Glenn Brown answers our questionnaire.
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