these are the new faces of amsterdam’s drag scene
Showing that drag is more than exaggerated femininity.
the journey of jamie hawkesworth
From shooting in Preston Bus Station to exhibiting in a 17th Century Dutch residence, Jamie Hawkesworth’s photography has journeyed across the globe documenting the gentle grit and glamour of real life.
90s subcultures: where are they now?
What ever happened to the gabbers, the skinheads, the metalheads and the juggalos?
meet the all-girl fashion collective inspired by aliens
Amsterdam's Reconstruct Collective looks beyond race and gender with its extra-terrestrial aesthetic. In the universe of Reconstruct, not one person is favored and everyone is cherished.
photographs of the world's most extreme gabber and hardcore fans
It remains one of the most original subcultures of the last few decades and continues to amaze us with its unique aesthetic. A new photo exhibit in Amsterdam shows the international sides of hardcore between Italy, the Netherlands, and Japan.
gorillaz is opening a haunted house in brooklyn
The IRL pop-up of the mansion in their recent mini-film will then head to Berlin and Amsterdam.
harley weir will stage her first exhibition in amsterdam
The i-D contributor will present a solo show in the Dutch city’s Foam gallery in December.
the changing landscapes of the calais refugee camp
Henk Wildschut documents the evolution and destruction of The Jungle, and the lives and hopes of its inhabitants in his latest exhibition.
a major helmut newton retrospective is coming to amsterdam
An exhibition of the iconic German photographer’s life and career arrives this summer.
sophia destrée is a 16-year-old portrait photography prodigy
Everywhere, everywhere, everywhere she goes, the only thing she sees is beautiful people!
bea isn't in a hurry to get famous
Her name is buzzing through the music world and record labels are lining up to sign her, but BEA is patiently awaiting the right moment. We talked to the future pop icon about anonymity and artistic patience.
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syrious mission, war through the eyes of a child
Dutch photographers Laura Andalou and Odette Denijs travelled to Jordan to document the child refugees of the Syrian Civil War and try to give them their own voices by teaching them to document their own lives.