james herbert's erotic photographs of 80s hippie youth
"I’m interested in a sort of tenderness, and even sadness," says the artist of his evocative black-and-white images.
chloe wise is turning america's food fetish into art
The artist discusses her new show, milkmaids, and the moral ambiguities of quinoa.
marcel dzama curates a show of masks, from cindy sherman to raymond pettibon
The artist discusses the mask-themed works he curated for the David Zwirner booth at Independent Brussels.
artist gregg bordowitz changed the way the world saw aids, and he’s still fighting
Thirty years after joining ACT UP, the American artist and writer discusses the AIDS crisis, resisting Trump’s regime, and why art can change the world.
post-punk, high art and social critique: the makings of mike kelley
Acknowledging the late artist whose work continues to inspire musicians, designers, filmmakers and beyond.
katarina janeckova became a bodybuilder to paint them better
The Slovakian artist based in Texas discusses the symbols in her erotic, bear-filled paintings.
fashion’s first selfie stick, from 1984, is back
The Courrèges x Minolta “deluxe” ac301 camera was a prescient fashion-tech fusion that came with a mirror on the front and an “extender” set for self-portraits. Its 2016 reboot, created by artist Simon Denny, is a limited-edition artwork that explores...
meet the digital artist making important work on an iphone called big sexy
Casey Kauffmann’s Instagram collages expand the parameters of traditional art and show how the internet has democratised the creative world.
talwst recreates miniature historical atrocities in antique jewelry boxes
We speak to the Toronto-based artist about the craziest year of his career so far.
can casey jane ellison make the art world funny?
i-D chats with the super serious Casey Jane Ellison about getting spicy with the art world.
john hurley messes up photos with beautiful collages
The American artist has lent his magic to the images of some of our fave Sydney creatives.
artist libby black makes paper louis vuitton bags and chanel rollerskates
A studio visit with the incomparable Libby Black, whose handmade logo-heavy sculptures make us think deeply about consumer culture.
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