joshua aronson’s new photo series explores the in-betweeness of identity
In ‘I Thought About Posting This,’ the NYC-based photographer questions how we think about gender and explores our relationship with social media.
lee grant photographs migrant identity to understand her own
Korean-Australian photographer Lee Grant documents the ever-changing cultural face of Australia.
these self-portraits explore what it means to be a queer black man in america
In ‘Flash of the Spirit’, Lyle Ashton Harris reimagines the erotic, explores ritual, and confronts Transatlantic notions of beauty through the animation of West African masks.
5 photographers reimagining masculinity
From Turkish men in ruffled Gucci blouses to Mexico's Cholombiano subculture, fashion photography lets us push the boundaries of what it means to be a man today.
what it's like to be a boxer when you're young, female and muslim
Short film 'Solibet' sees 16-year-old schoolgirl and boxer Rahma define her own identity.
the importance of depicting "tucking" on screen for trans women
As the 2018 summer heat flares to record highs across the globe, the pressure to "tuck" explodes. For the first time, this simple act played out sensitively on screen in 'Pose'.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
how instagram is redefining our understanding of beauty
From model Jazzelle Zanaughtti to trans activist Munroe Bergdorf, photographer Peter de Vito to designer Matty Bovan, we asked our i-D family how the social media platform is shaping the cultural conversation today.
what does it mean to be asian-australian?
Liminal magazine is giving Asian-Australians the freedom to self-define.
drop anchor as wales bonner explores race, culture and connections
The 2016 LVMH prize winner might just be the show of the season.
tei shi is culturally confusing. this new doc details the singer’s identity
solange tells magazine “don’t touch my hair” after they edit out her braids
An accompanying profile that quotes Solange on the meaning of braided hair for black women has now been publicly disowned by the interviewer.
this artist shaved her head to get back to her roots
Diana Chire’s body is her canvas — not knowing her hair in its natural state left her feeling like cheat. So she turned it into art.
Clementine de Pressigny