these polaroids capture beaút club’s most unforgettable looks and moments
Beaút’s proud mother, Vy, shares her memories of the night, which became a place of worship for so many of Melbourne's creative community.
Shannon May Powell
jordan casteel's harlem portraits shine a magical light on black experience
“My intent is to highlight the magic of our existence as black bodies, and the physical spaces we occupy."
this artist with synesthesia is rendering his favourite icons in colour
Following on from his now famous technicolour paintings, Jack Coulter presents the Iconoclasts series, a colourful reinterpretation of his favourite actors, artists and musicians
peek inside the new indie zine fair celebrating free thought and diy
The Ozone Exchange - an event blurring the lines between exhibition, installation and market stall - will celebrate the work of an array of Australia's forward-thinking designers, artists, DJs and creatives.
a mexican road trip and stolen camera resulted in jesse lizotte’s new exhibition
We sat down with the photographer ahead of his 'Alto Aqui' exhibition at China Heights to discuss beautiful scenes and silver linings.
joan jonas has been a pioneer her entire life
As her retrospective opens at the Tate Modern, we spent time with the art icon at her New York home.
photography that celebrates a full-spectrum of asian masculinity
Alexandra Leese is a half-Chinese, half-English photographer, looking to dismantle tired stereotypes of Asian men with her imagery.
simeon barclay: from small-town yorkshire to the tate
Simeon Barclay went from working in a factory in Yorkshire and dreaming of being an artist, to creating an exhilarating solo show at Tate Britain.
l.a.'s rising creatives stage an experimental art show
The group art exhibition includes work by Francis Bean Cobain.
raw meat collective's queer zines capture cruising culture
Kyle Quinn, founder of Raw Meat Collective, is removing the stigma around queer smut by publishing 'piss painting' zines.
S. Nicole Lane
arlene gottfried spent decades capturing the wild energy of nyc
An exhibition of little-seen portraits and Polaroids from the late photographer’s archive opens tonight.
rowan blanchard's new book is an intimate portrait of modern teen life
'Still Here' provides a glimpse into adolescence through a collective lens. Rowan's personal diary entries are accompanied by art and writing from friends such as Gia Coppola, Rupi Kaur, and Jenny Zhang.
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