Sydney

Culture

Sydney's nightlife scene reflects on the city's lockout laws

As government restrictions on nightlife are wound back, the city's party-throwers and party-goers talk about the scene's past and future.
Charlotte Agnew
1.23.20
Culture

Edward Woodley wants art to be more sincere in 2020

As Sydney’s China Heights gallery turns 15, the curator and artist reflects on his career and commitment to the local art scene.
Charlotte Agnew
1.21.20
Culture

Young Australians sound off on the bushfire crisis

Last week tens of thousands of Australians rallied across the country in protest of the country's bushfire crisis and climate inaction. Here’s what they had to say.
John Buckley
1.13.20
Photography

this series documents almost fifty years of inner-city suburbia

Emmanuel Angelicas's series 'Marrickvile' takes us back in time with an abrasive study of Australia's inner-city suburbia from the 70s to today.
John Buckley
11.5.18
Art

how andy warhol used the store window display to launch a career

The current exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW reveals the artist’s early commercial work and store windows, which steered him on his path to success.
Briony Wright
4.12.17
Fashion

feeling blue feels good with aussie model raene sydney

Get to know Renae Sydney, the Australian model who was 'complex in her Calvins.'
Briony Wright
9.7.16
Music

björk invites us deep inside her perfectly weird mind

Björk Digital is a world-first experience as part of Sydney's Vivid festival where technology and nature come together like never before.
Rosie Dalton
6.9.16
Music

sydney’s lockouts have inspired a rave renaissance

The infamous Sydney lockout laws were introduced to make the city a safer place to party. But for many, the illegal rave culture that grew in their shadow has provide the real sense of security.
i-D Staff
3.22.16
Australia

saying goodbye to friends at australia’s best secret illegal skate park

Louise Whelan photographed an independent Sydney skate festival established to help a community work through their grief.
i-D Staff
2.2.16
Culture

bhenji ra is the sydney trans icon dismembering culture and gender through art

The Australian artist speaks to i-D about identity, culture, getting what you deserve, and life under an Aquarius moon.
Jonno Revanche
12.16.15