meet the artist who dresses basketball players in ball gowns
As she makes her U.S. debut, African-Canadian artist Esmaa Mohamoud talks to i-D about gender fluidity and why art institutions need more diversity.
artist farah al qasimi asked emirati photo studios to make her look beautiful, with strange results
One photographer styled her in a cowboy hat. “And they nearly all whitened my skin,” she says.
this artist created an infinite cloud of rose petals
For Sarah Meyohas's new project, she employed a team of men to select the most beautiful petals from 10,000 flowers.
phoebe collings-james explores identity and self in 'expensive shit'
The British artist navigates belonging and diasporic fantasy in her first New York solo show.
james herbert's erotic photographs of 80s hippie youth
"I’m interested in a sort of tenderness, and even sadness," says the artist of his evocative black-and-white images.
chloe wise is turning america's food fetish into art
The artist discusses her new show, milkmaids, and the moral ambiguities of quinoa.
marcel dzama curates a show of masks, from cindy sherman to raymond pettibon
The artist discusses the mask-themed works he curated for the David Zwirner booth at Independent Brussels.
helmut lang on the art life and his ambitious new show
The devoted sculptor discusses the winding road to the end result.
ji-yeon kim is painting one hundred poetic portraits from tinder profiles
Using abstraction to tell the human story of internet dating.
melanie manchot filmed her teenage daughter for one minute every month for seven years
From age 11 to age 18.
artist gregg bordowitz changed the way the world saw aids, and he’s still fighting
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.
elizabeth peyton on painting david bowie from youtube
The inimitable painter of modern heroes including Kate Moss and Kurt Cobain discusses her latest work and the problem with being called a fan.