erwin olaf: “I do not know if I am still ‘fresh’ with my ideas... and to be honest I do not give a fuck”
Currently in the midst of an international career retrospective, the iconic Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf talks us through 40 years of creating insurgent, inspiring imagery.
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a new exhibition highlights the intersecting lives of haring and basquiat
The National Gallery of Victoria will host over 300 pieces by both artists as a part of their blockbuster exhibition ‘Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines’.
jordan is the original queen of punk
A new autobiography tells the fabulous story of Jordan, the one-named wonder woman who personified London’s punk scene in the 70s.
up-and-coming models of colour reflect on the fashion industry
We spoke to modelling hopefuls at IMG and Rin Model's open casting call about the future of fashion and representation.
netflix’s ‘special’ could be the gayest show on tv
Following the life of a gay man with cerebral palsy, ‘Special’ portrays queer life from a new but deeply relatable perspective.
exploring sex, dating and digital intimacy through art
How does a digital-first world change what human relationships look and feel like in reality – and art?
denzil forrester's paintings celebrate pre-gentrification london nightlife
Denzil Forrester has been creating art for over 40 years, but in the past few years he's finally receiving his (overdue) dues. Clive Martin catches up with the artist in the sleepy country town of Truro.
america's real 'savages' were presidents, generals, priests, and, yes, even nuns
How Native Americans were systematically stripped of their culture, and why it's invaluable that the youth reconnect.
how this young native is keeping her traditions alive
Delmar Uqualla returned to the Viejas Reservation to learn the language and ceremonies of her ancestors.
the 90s skate looks and brands that inspired jonah hill’s ‘mid90s’
The fashion in 'Mid90s' takes in many of the era's biggest brands.
how home invasion horror made america face its own shadow
Movies like 'Us', 'Don't Breath' and 'The Purge' provide allegories of America as a place where wealth is hoarded, violence is indigenous and the outsider is always suspicious.
juergen teller: “i'm not interested in photography, i'm interested in how i can express my ideas and feelings”
As his new show aimed at raising awareness for the Demelza Hospice opens, Juergen Teller discusses the story behind this poignant photo series.
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