the i-D guide to what you need to see at the venice biennale
From Anne Imhof's show-stopping German Pavilion to Pierre Huyghe's work at the Foundation Louis Vuitton, we look into the politics and causes espoused and explored at this year's Venice Biennale.
the i-D guide to frieze new york
All the young, old, bold, dreamy and weird art that was on display at this year's Frieze New York. From Leonardo DiCaprio impersonators to Jon Rafman's animated dream diary.
the weird and wonderful happenings at this year's art basel miami beach
From the fairs themselves, to the glitz and glamour, the parties and dinners, here's what happened when the art, fashion and music worlds descended on Miami Beach this year.
michael xufu huang and the new generation of art collectors
If the young, globalised and digitally-enabled art world had a poster boy, it would be collector, museum co-founder, and student Michael Xufu Huang.
eddie peake and jeffrey deitch take new york
The young Londoner was chosen to open iconic New Yorker’s new gallery space in Manhattan and christen his return to the art world. We dive into Eddie’s spectacular, beautiful, and sometimes controversial performance pieces.
auto italia's radical collaboration
Over the past nine years Auto Italia has grown into one of London’s most loved spaces for young artists. As they start a fundraiser and move into a new space, we spoke to gallery and their origins, their ideals and their direction.
energy flash: the rise and fall and lasting influence of the rave scene
Looking beyond rave’s traditional sites to trace its influence through fashion and art, from Mark Leckey to Walter Van Beirendonck.
scotland's second city becomes its art capital as glasgow international rolls into town
78 exhibitions, 50 events, and 220 artists from 33 countries, but these are the highlights.
taking a ride on the electronic superhighway
Lifting the lid on 50 years of electronic innovation in the arts at The Whitechapel Gallery.
hannah perry reminisces on 90s youth culture in the north of england
We speak to the artist about the visual vocabulary of her generation.
studio leigh return young artists to hoxton square
Long after the young artists were gentrified out of Shoreditch, Studio Leigh is giving them a new platform.