Sarah Moroz

Photography

paul mpagi sepuya uses portraiture to explore homoerotic desire

'Mirror Studies' is a beautiful, disorienting blend of nude bodies — in which the photographer and the viewer are both present.
Sarah Moroz
10.22.18
Photography

sory sanlé captured the eclectic youth culture of newly free burkina faso

The year the country won independence in 1960, Sanlé opened a photo studio, where teens would flock to have their portraits taken in a mélange of traditional costumes and modish street clothes.
Sarah Moroz
10.8.18
Photography

alice mann's magical photos of south africa's young majorettes

'Drummies' chronicles an aspirational world where young women can cast off stereotypes and create a positive space for themselves.
Sarah Moroz
9.26.18
Photography

a young heath ledger and unknown kate moss photographed in the restless spirit of the 90s

Stephanie Pfriender Stylander's work is truly wild and untamed
Sarah Moroz
9.12.18
Culture

lukasz wierzbowski captures two sisters during their most intimate, awkward moments

The photographer's series is an homage to budding femininity.
Sarah Moroz
5.2.18
Culture

powerful photos exploring albino identity in sub-saharan africa

Ugandan photographer Sarah Waiswa documents a woman’s defiance in the face of discrimination in her award-winning series Stranger in a Familiar Land.
Sarah Moroz
7.29.16
Culture

pj harvey and seamus murphy share a moving document of conflict around the world

Filmmaker and photojournalist Seamus Murphy talks to i-D about his new collaborative show with the one and only PJ Harvey, a project which took them from the East Coast to the Middle East and beyond.
Sarah Moroz
7.25.16
Culture

one man's historic collection of queer photography

An extensive amateur photo collection from trailblazing director Sébastien Lifshitz reveals much about this century of LGBTQ issues.
Sarah Moroz
7.14.16
Music

peaches is still too dangerous for american tv

The original binary-breaking electropop provocateur talks to i-D about the disruptive power of nudity.
Sarah Moroz
4.14.16
Culture

the sadness and camaraderie of teenage refugees in germany

Stefanie Zofia Schulz spent two years documenting the daily life of families stuck in the asylum-seeker housing system.
Sarah Moroz
4.7.16
Fashion

inside designer vincent darré’s surrealist parisian world

From his wild nights at Le Palace in the 80s (when he worked for Yves Saint Laurent) to his second career as a designer of whimsical interiors, Vincent Darré’s life has always gravitated towards the eccentric and glamorous.
Sarah Moroz
2.26.16
Culture

bettina rheims photographs the complex worlds of sex workers, prisoners and celebrities

A new retrospective of the French photographer's work displays portraits of Madonna and Mila Jovovich, female inmates and transgender youth.
Sarah Moroz
2.5.16
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