From age 11 to age 18.
Using abstraction to tell the human story of internet dating.
From age 11 to age 18.
Thirty years after joining ACT UP, the American artist and writer discusses the AIDS crisis, resisting Trump’s regime, and why art can change the world.
The inimitable painter of modern heroes including Kate Moss and Kurt Cobain discusses her latest work and the problem with being called a fan.
How the beloved artist and writer ended up creating an ode to butter for a Toronto storefront.
The pioneering performance artist has long used her body as a medium for art, but in 'The Space in Between', she also uses it as a channel for emotional growth and personal healing.
We talk to the artist about his vibrant set for 'Tree of Codes.'
The curator of ‘On the Inside,’ Tatiana von Furstenberg, explains why Rihanna is such a powerful icon for LGBTQ prisoners and the need for creating community among America’s most at-risk inmates.
The young artist is turning a traditional craft on its head, stitching escapist narratives into expertly layered works of art.
Brendan, Dylan, Thomas III, and Ryan Lynch are making LA’s art scene a brilliantly freaky, family affair.
The artist takes a break from his trademark Skype paintings to present a new collection of face-to-face portraits of his loved ones. He talks to i-D about the parallels between portraiture and sex.
As the artist opens his most comprehensive retrospective to date in Florence, he speaks to i-D about the refugee crisis, fighting for freedom and turning art into political action.
The British artist's latest work at the new Deitch space explored lust and longing.
The Slovakian artist based in Texas discusses the symbols in her erotic, bear-filled paintings.
Her new show is a deceptively cutesy investigation into concerns with privacy on the internet. Who knew baby pink butterflies could be so deep?
A new show in Paris explores the work of Ida Tursic and Wilfried Mille.
As the artist’s solo exhibition opens at Mexico City's Carrillo Gil Museum, he talks to i-D about blindness, gender identity, and painting Naomi Campbell.
The works in the artist's new group show ‘Hyperion,’ during Frieze New York, are like Klimt canvases from another galaxy.
Jessica Harrison’s reworked ceramic heroines prove women are not ornaments.