this artist is tackling blackness and feminism through artful memes
How Rinny Perkins is using her 70s-inspired digital collages to talk intersectional feminism and self-care.
these teen curators want young artists to finally be taken seriously
Emma Orland and Carolyn Hallock are fighting ageism in the art world by giving young people the chance to exhibit their work in New York City.
blessed began giving his music away and he's never been happier
How parting ways with a major label and losing six years of music set him free.
the 2019 armory show was a color-drenched dreamscape
i-D highlights 8 artists of note, from Ariana Papademetropoulos' hallucinogenic 70s-inspired interiors to Jamel Shabazz's photographs of 80s Red Hook.
this artist paints the private and public personas of her friends
By painting her subjects in two poses, Kim Hyunji's life-size portraits capture the duality of a generation.
lou escobar captures dreamy motel scenes
The Parisian photographer is inspired by lonely drives and late-night dining across the US and France.
lyle reimer, the make-up artist finding beauty in rubbish
He’s used turkey bones to contour and broken tights as eyeshadow.
sarah lucas discusses the work of revolutionary sculptor franz west
We sat down with Sarah ahead of the opening of the Franz West retrospective at the Tate.
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream
two mexican photographers on finding beauty in a violent desert city
With a soaring murder rate and a growing migrant crisis, the young photographers of Tijuana, Mexico, have learned to find grace in unique ways.
10 things you should check out at frieze l.a.
LA's inaugural Frieze Fair starts today. Here's your go-to guide for some of the best the Fair has to offer.
the making of l.a.’s first frieze fair
Meet Frieze impresarios Bettina Korek & Victoria Siddall, as the fair descends upon the Paramount Studios lot.
new york’s moma is closing to diversify the art canon
Tired of an art world that only celebrates old white men? Honestly, same.