Nadja Sayej

Photography

chloe aftel documents trans people in their most intimate moments

The photographer's new book 'Outside & in Between' includes at home portraits of Rain Dove, Jacob Tobia and Sasha Fleischman.
Nadja Sayej
3.1.19
Culture

wolfgang tillmans photographs fragility as strength

The German photographer's intimate new exhibition, Fragile, is also a reference to his recent film starring Hari Nef.
Nadja Sayej
2.2.18
Culture

rare helmut newton portraits of andy warhol and gianni versace

Naked With a Fur Coat is a massive retrospective of the photographer's iconic celebrity portraits and ultra-rare selfies, opening in New York City tonight.
Nadja Sayej
1.26.18
Culture

unseen photographs of rihanna, by paolo roversi

The legendary photographer's new show includes a whole room of unpublished portraits of the ANTI-era icon.
Nadja Sayej
12.6.17
News

prince’s signature purple is now a pantone colour

Purple rain, purple raaaaain.
Nadja Sayej
8.16.17
Art

icelandic artist and björk collaborator shoplifter has a hair fetish

We step inside her tufted, rainbow-dyed world.
Nadja Sayej
6.29.17
Music

jarvis cocker on writing an album in room 29 of the chateau marmont

We caught up with Jarvis to discuss his new project with Chilly Gonzales, a tribute to the sad, surreal glamour of old Hollywood.
Nadja Sayej
5.2.17
Culture

touring paisley park is a wild journey into prince's dazzlingly creative mind

As a festival marking the anniversary of the Purple One’s passing kicks off, we take a look around his magical domain (now a museum) with the director of archives at Paisley Park.
Nadja Sayej
4.20.17
Culture

sterling ruby and the apocalyptic nature of los angeles

​He's collaborated with Raf ​Simons, is a muse to Calvin Klein and is known for making bleached denim canvases. Now, the Los Angeles-based artist Ste​rling Ruby is showing a new exhibition at the Vito Schnab​el Gallery in St. Moritz, with work inspired...
Nadja Sayej
4.5.17
Art

devo frontman and wes anderson collaborator mark mothersbaugh on his first retrospective

Mark Mothersbaugh is known by many as the vocalist of new wave rock band Devo, and by others for his work on Wes Anderson's iconic soundtracks, but few will know him as a visual artist too. Here, Mark talks to i-D about his retrospective.
Nadja Sayej
3.28.17
Music

language, politics and performance with laurie anderson

The legendary musician and performance artist talks Trump, technology, about the time JFK sent her a dozen roses.
Nadja Sayej
3.7.17
Culture

​richard kern’s sexy, provocative and poetic polaroids

The photographer talks to i-D about shooting beautiful landscapes, pregnant dominatrixes and a man with his head in toilet as he releases a new book that collects his Polaroid works together for the first time.
Nadja Sayej
2.24.17
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