A new Tate retrospective showcases Andy Warhol’s unseen works
Aside from well-known classics, the exhibition features drawings once deemed "too provocative" and celebrates the artist’s contribution to the queer community.
The exhibition documenting the subversive history of the bootleg
Curated by Anastasiia Fedorova, ‘The Real Thing’ explores how the clandestine craft became a preferred tool of artists and activists alike.
Tyler Mitchell invites us into a black utopia with his new exhibit
The photographer and i-D collaborator opens his anticipated show I Can Make You Feel Good in New York.
The artist capturing the pleasures and pains of life in Mozambique
Fresh from painting the cover of Vogue Italia’s sustainability issue, Cassi Namoda's London solo show is a must-see.
How fashion photography made the journey from studio to sun-drenched locations
A new exhibition in Amsterdam explores the way fashion photography liberated itself throughout the 20th century, both in visual and geographical terms.
How the hoodie became one of our last truly political garments
A new exhibition in Rotterdam explores the role of this multifaceted fashion item, tracing its evolution from 1930s workwear to an icon of streetwear.
These photos reveal the intimate space of a queer creative relationship
Porridge XXX, an immersive exhibition from photographers and couple Heather Glazzard and Nora Nord, uses self-portraits to explore power and agency in the representation of queer relationships.
Mark Leckey is extremely online
20 years on from the release of his seminal film, "Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore", the artist reflects on how the art world has changed and explains how to find the internet's best cursed images.
A new Prada exhibition is coming to London
The Design Museum have scoured the archives of the Italian fashion house to bring you a comprehensive look into its history
bianca saunders’s new exhibition is a celebration of black london creativity
Opening this weekend, the menswear designer’s exhibition, 'Nearness', explores themes of familiarity, place and identity.
this exhibition is shining a light on the uk’s homelessness epidemic
Photographer Jermaine Francis presents ‘The Invisibles’, a powerful selection of photos of the tents serving a temporary homeless shelters across British cities shot originally for i-D.
tim walker’s new exhibition proves he’s still the master of magical realism
Get a sneak peek at the photographer’s era-spanning V&A show.