In defence of sleazy art
Is the rush to dismiss TV shows, books and movies because of their dubious subject matters purely puritanical?
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7 photographers on the impact of Richard Avedon
An exhibition at Gagosian Gallery asks over 150 fashion designers, musicians, and other renowned creatives to reflect on the photographer’s legacy.
Fiction to be excited for in 2023
The i-D list of everything you need to read for the rest of the year.
Montblanc’s new campaign celebrates the power of the humble library
Launching in one of London's most beautiful old libraries, the brand celebrates these places of "enlightenment and discovery".
8 things you might not know about David Lynch’s Inland Empire
The experimental Laura Dern-starring psycho-thriller will be rereleased later this month.
The kandi kids behind Toronto's happy hardcore revival
Photographer Sarah Berglund documents the ravers bringing back the playful subculture for a new generation.
Rediscovered photos of the 70s Hollywood skate scene
Hugh Holland's new book takes us on a trip into a world of tube socks, short shorts and empty swimming pools.
Find My Friends is becoming another form of toxic social media
Despite privacy concerns, Find My has become a go-to social app. But how often should we be checking each other's whereabouts?
Da Community is London’s East End collective for emerging Black artists
Musicians across rap, hip-hop, jazz and soul are joining forces to thrive in a notoriously inaccessible industry.
How chess took over the internet
Chess influencers on TikTok, Twitch and YouTube are contributing to a newfound popularity amongst young people.
Luis Alberto Rodriguez celebrates the nude body
In 'O.', black-and-white photographs captures the point at which human mysticism and corporeality converge.
A painter reimagines his Haitian childhood through magical realism
The artist Didier William carves out memories from his youth growing up in an immigrant household – albeit not exactly as they happened.
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