the photographer inspired by degas's portraits of women
Alice Neale talks us through her latest work, 'Protect', published by Claire De Rouen, and created in collaboration with stylist Isabelle Sayer.
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It’s nearly Halloween! And this week’s cultural gui-De is scarily good.
photographer ami sioux explores a life spent on the road
Publishing outtakes of images from her archive in new book ‘From the Road’, photographer Ami Sioux shares the story behind the images.
how these images of punks on the king’s road changed fashion photography forever
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we explore the origin of the straight up: a documentary style of photography that uses head-to-toe portraits to capture people in both real and imaginary situations.
a photographer returns to the paris projects of his teenage years
Marvin Bonheur documents marginalized life in the notorious Parisian suburbs for his new series 'Therapy.'
90s subcultures: where are they now?
What ever happened to the gabbers, the skinheads, the metalheads and the juggalos?
the fiercest looks at afropunk atlanta, straight up
At Afropunk Atlanta's 2018 edition, guests expressed self-love and solidarity in bedazzled blue tulle and alien nipple covers.
7 berlin photographers to know
At Berlin's Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, i-D asks seven graduate students how they stand out in today's image-saturated world.
what to do, see and watch in the UK this week
Make your Monday a great one and plan the rest of your week with our indispensable cultural gui-De.
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.
the best things to watch, see and do this week
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
stephen shames photographed everyday life within the black panther party
After meeting Bobby Seale at a college protest, Shames became the official photographer of the Black Panther Party, capturing its struggles and moments of stillness.
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