here's why everyone who's anyone is wearing vintage thierry mugler
From Naomi Campbell to Cardi B, a new retrospective looks at the lasting impact of the French designer's revolutionary work.
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.
nobuyoshi araki's massive, new retrospective is surprisingly personal (and nsfw, obviously)
The Museum of Sex exhibit will look back at the controversial photographer's groundbreaking career.
take a look inside rick owens' i-D archive
As the Lord of Darkness' retrospective exhibition, SUBHUMAN INHUMAN SUPERHUMAN, opens in Milan, we take a look at his best, most iconic moments on the pages of i-D.
"kids today are such fucking pussies!” — harmony korine talks taking risks in the real world
Twenty years after the iconoclastic Kids was released, Harmony Korine: In The Presence Of The Artist opens at The Pompidou Centre this week, we took some time to Skype with the iconic moviemaker and here’s what went down.
exploring the mundane and magical symbols in irving penn's work
Five unfashionable subjects that propelled Penn from commercial photography into contemporary art.
an overdue celebration of ming smith’s surreal documentary photographs
In 1975, Ming Smith became the first black female photographer to be acquired by the Museum of Modern Art. Over 40 years later, the first major retrospective of her work opens today in New York City.
martin margiela and olivier saillard have been secretly working on an exhibition together
The elusive designer and French curator are bringing a Margiela retrospective to Paris in 2018.
ai weiwei: “it’s not about the work, it’s about saying something”
As the artist opens his most comprehensive retrospective to date in Florence, he speaks to i-D about the refugee crisis, fighting for freedom and turning art into political action.
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.
how conceptual art changed everything
A new retrospective at the Tate will explore how the conceptual art movement changed the art world, attacked society, drew controversy, and changed the world.
paul strand: a lifetime of looking
From Wall Street to rural Romania and back again, Paul Strand shot something of the most shocking, beautiful, and touching pictures of the 20th Century.