the black british art renaissance
The Place Is Here at the South London Gallery traces the boundary breaking responses black artists formulated to a racist establishment in the 80s.
how did wolfgang tillmans become one of the defining photographers of his generation?
As his second Tate retrospective draws to a close this weekend, award-winning artist, photographer and musician Wolfgang Tillmans reflects on the politics, photography, and musical endeavours that have defined the last fifteen years of his career.
how alice neel's paintings captured the diversity and beauty of harlem
A new exhibition of Alice Neel’s work, just opened at Victoria Miro, charts 50 years of the painter’s career, and the breadth of humanity she encountered.
walter pfeiffer: spirit, freedom and beauty
As he opens a new exhibition in Paris, and unveils new work in the pages of i-D, we sit down with the inimitable Swiss photographer to talk about a career spent capturing youth, and why photography is all about being able to see beautiful things.
uncovering the state of today with peter de potter
As he releases his first monograph, the Belgian cut-and-paste collage maestro opens up in a wide ranging conversation about the symbolism of nudity, the speed of images online, and power of silence.
judy blame's riot de-luxe
As Judy Blame launches a new zine to mark the end of his ICA retrospective we caught up the inimitable riotous spirit behind much of what makes fashion great and present a peek inside it’s anarchic pages.
"i always project myself on the girl I am shooting!" inez van lamsweerde discusses the power of the female lens
As Inez van Lamsweerde captures Adwoa Aboah for i-D's Female Gaze Issue, we meet the pioneering photographer to talk about thirty years of creating iconic imagery.
revisiting the past and anticipating the future with matthew stone
As his new exhibition opens at Somerset House, we catch up with the artist to talk about his new paintings, old statements and cross-cultural operating.
on the migrant trail: documenting the search for a better life
Foreigner: Migration Into Europe, is a photographic response to the sensationalist and alarmist imagery coming out of Europe’s refugee crisis. Turning the photographer’s lens into an instrument of compassion, recording with honesty the stories of the...
beyond instagram with amalia ulman
Amalia Ulman turned Instagram into a site of performance art, in a five month long performance she documented the life, love and nervous breakdown of a girl who’d just moved to LA, casually taking apart the image-obsessed world we live in. Now, the...
the editors shaping the future of magazines
The print revolution is here.
inside hong kong's global art world
As the fourth edition of Art Basel rolls into a smog covered Hong Kong, we look inside the city's global, commercial art scene, for a place where east meets west.