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three things we learned at frieze’s art and fashion summit
The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
'art after stonewall' examines a crucial moment in lgbtq history
The two-part exhibit commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with work by Nan Goldin, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Catherine Opie.
the unlikely creative partnership of a 74-year-old artist and a 25-year-old photographer
Artist Aki Kuroda and photographer Sam Hellmann discuss the beautiful illustrated portrait series they created together after a chance encounter in a café one morning.
exploring sex, dating and digital intimacy through art
How does a digital-first world change what human relationships look and feel like in reality – and art?
denzil forrester's paintings celebrate pre-gentrification london nightlife
Denzil Forrester has been creating art for over 40 years, but in the past few years he's finally receiving his (overdue) dues. Clive Martin catches up with the artist in the sleepy country town of Truro.
cali thornhill dewitt confronts the destruction of earth in new exhibition
We talk to the artist about 'War Song,' open this month at the V1 Gallery in Copenhagen.
the new exhibition exploring queer spaces in london from past to present
From cruising to cabarets, how has the queer landscape of the capital changed over the past four decades?
the artist illuminating new york's skyline with a live projection of earth
Sebastian Errazuriz's 'blue Marble' is a live stream from outer space, and a fitting reminder to look at the big picture.
this artist is tackling intersectional feminism with digital collages
How Rinny Perkins is using her 70s-inspired memes to talk blackness, feminism and self-care.
exploring anne imhof’s epic, new, four hour long performance piece at the tate modern
Sex, death, life, techno, vaping, opera, and violence.
the 2019 armory show was a colour-drenched dreamscape
i-D highlights 8 artists of note, from Ariana Papademetropoulos's hallucinogenic 70s-inspired interiors to Jamel Shabazz's photographs of 80s Red Hook.
why scott king has created a complete wax rubbing of ian curtis’s former home
British graphic designer Scott King talks pop, fandom and the religion-like devotion to Joy Division.