the black british art renaissance
The Place Is Here at the South London Gallery traces the boundary breaking responses black artists formulated to a racist establishment in the 80s.
tristan pigott's art satirizes your middle class lifestyle
Meet the rising artist making surrealist, tongue-in-cheek paintings of people riding the subway and eating spaghetti.
how wolfgang tillmans become one of the defining photographers of his generation
As his second Tate retrospective draws to a close this weekend, award-winning artist, photographer, and musician Wolfgang Tillmans reflects on the politics, photography, and musical endeavors that have defined the last fifteen years of his career.
how alice neel's paintings captured the diversity and beauty of harlem
Charting 50 years of the black painter’s career and the breadth of humanity she encountered.
walter pfeiffer: spirit, freedom, and beauty
As he opens a new exhibition in Paris and unveils new work in the pages of i-D, we sit down with the inimitable Swiss photographer to talk about a career spent capturing youth, and why photography is all about being able to see beautiful things.
peter de potter on the symbolism of nudity, the speed of images online, and the power of silence
As he releases his first monograph, the Belgian cut-and-paste collage maestro opens up in a wide ranging conversation about the state of today.
judy blame's riot de-luxe
As Judy Blame launches a new zine to mark the end of his ICA retrospective, we present a peek inside it’s anarchic pages and catch up with the man himself, the inimitable riotous spirit behind much of what makes fashion great.
pioneering photographer alice springs shot america's subcultures through a female lens
June Newton, aka Alice Springs (and the wife of Helmut Newton), is one of the unsung spirits of female photography.
inside kiev’s underground fashion revolution
To coincide with Ukrainian Independence Day and 25 years since the fall of the USSR, Ukrainian fashion designer Anton Belinskiy staged a project that united the city’s young designers, musicians, and artists to launch his spring/summer 17 collection...
inez van lamsweerde discusses the power of the female lens
As she captures Adwoa Aboah for i-D's Female Gaze Issue, we meet the pioneering photographer to talk about 30 years of creating iconic imagery.
examining the seismic changes to europe's political landscape through art
As a new show at Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven opens, exhibiting art made in six European countries during the tumultuous 80s, we contemplate culture and counterculture as a litmus test for a country's political climate.
revisiting the past and anticipating the future with matthew stone
As his new exhibition opens at Somerset House, we catch up with the artist to talk about his new paintings, old statements and cross-cultural operating.