what went down at miami art week
Queer art, crafts and environmental imagination dominate this year’s festivities — but wait, why are we here again?
5 queer brazilian artists on identity, censorship, and survival
As Brazil's creative scene continues to be bullied by conservative political groups, i-D spoke to five LGBTQ artists fighting for change.
the american dream through the lens of a young mexican photographer
As she makes her US debut at Photofairs San Francisco, Tania Franco-Klein talks loneliness, wigs and self-portrait as therapy.
borders and identities at mexico city art week
As the international art world returns from a heavy week of art bingeing, we report back on the best of art fairs and gallery openings in the Mexican capital.
how artist gregg bordowitz changed the way the world saw aids
Thirty years after joining ACT UP, the American artist and writer discusses the AIDS crisis, resisting Trump’s regime, and why art can change the world.
meet the queer artist deconstructing black masculinity
American photographer John Edmonds talks religious iconography, Mapplethorpe and the beauty of the absent.
the politics of art and the black body
As she opens a group show at David Castillo Gallery in Miami, the US artist-curator Mickalene Thomas, talks collaboration, the African diaspora and the political act of art making.
gay cruising through 70s colombia
As his early photographic work finally comes into the light, Colombian artist Miguel Ángel Rojas discusses his 50-year career and his country’s history of queer subcultures.
watch the debut video from pillow person (aka hot chip drummer sarah jones)
As she releases the video for Go Ahead, Jones sounds off on her solo debut, imaginary metal band, and Kylie Minogue.