these four women are changing the face of modern african art
"We’re moving towards a time where we want a contemporary art world to be more inclusive. I don’t think there’s a way back from this, it’s now and it’s a reality.”
3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london
See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
3 things we learned at frieze’s art & fashion summit
The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
8 things to look forward to at frieze’s eighth edition
i-D's guide to the epic art show, from the first black female photographer acquired by MoMA, to afrofuturist textiles.
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.
jimmy merris says forget the art, the world is in trouble
After a short stint in Snowdonia, Jimmy is back in south London -- working out of a funeral parlour and creating uniquely sinister yet humorous work.
things didn’t only get better: a look back at the 90s in art
A special section of Frieze London was dedicated to the 90s this year, but why are we still so fascinated with the decade?
what social and political responsibility should art have?
As Frieze finishes for another year, we look at the political possibility and political pitfalls of the naked consumerism of the art world.
why a new magical counter culture is emerging
Paganism’s making a comeback in art and fashion, via Los Angeles crystal shops and psychedelic journeys of self-discovery.
the i-D guide to talking about modern art
Want to pretend you know what you’re talking about? Read on…
the south london art scene: 2005-2015
From its beginning in underground squats 10 years ago to the rapid gentrification of the last few years, we chart the rise of the artists, galleries, and collectives who make up London's most distinct and creative scene.