a guide to andy warhol's films, from personal shorts to political arthouse
We dig into Warhol's eccentric film oeuvre to celebrate his landmark retrospective at The Whitney.
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a quick chat about the joy of sex with christopher kane
The designer has staged an exhibition of original prints from the sex manual that inspired his autumn/winter 18 collection.
this exhibition of rare polo grails explores cultural re-appropriation
'LO AND BEHOLD,' curated by Public School and Ezra Wine, shows how Polo Ralph Lauren symbolized an American dream some kids weren't supposed to have.
harmony korine's new art show is an ode to vhs tapes
'BLOCKBUSTER' is inspired by the dusty video rental store next door to Korine's favorite Taco Bell. But it's not about nostalgia, he tells i-D. He just hopes it makes you feel good.
eckhaus latta’s whitney exhibition will change how you think about shopping
‘Eckhaus Latta: Possessed at the Whitney’ is a fully operational retail store, complete with functional art and live-streamed surveillance footage.
photographs of the last year before teenagehood
Photographer Hollie Fernando spent a year photographing her 12-year-old brother.
ann ray shares her massive archive of alexander mcqueen photos
The photographer spent 13 years capturing Lee's preparations, runway shows, and (very) rare moments of quiet.
miranda july’s new art project tracks the uber driver who took her to meet rihanna
Oumarou Idrissa has suffered chronic insomnia since he was almost deported when he couldn’t afford tuition in the States. Miranda hopes to change that.
why the new alaïa exhibition is a must-see
Experience the work of the legendary designer in person, from today.
artist cj hendry created a monochrome pantone dream house
The Kanye-approved illustrator just opened an insane, very Instagrammable new project in a Brooklyn warehouse.
9 otherworldly fashion items from the 'david bowie is' exhibit
We scoured the Brooklyn Museum for the Starman's most stunning stage looks, from that iconic Union Jack coat by Alexander McQueen to scrappy tees by the Deth Killers of Bushwick.
petra cortright turns camgirling into feminist art
Petra Cortright has been putting her image online for over a decade. As her new show 'CAM WORLS' opens in Los Angeles, the pioneering post-internet artist talks selfies vs. self-portraits, and why she doesn't use Snapchat.
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