Lynne Tillman: "I don’t think I’ve ever redeemed a story or character"
The legendary author's latest novel, 'Men and Apparitions', is out in the UK today.
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Artists Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. and Zalika Azim on exploring time, space and the Black body
The pair discuss self-portraiture, the importance of exhibiting art in the communities where it’s made and their latest exhibition at Welancora Gallery in Brooklyn.
How Black diviners in the fashion industry balance creativity and magic
Whether training to be a priestess or tending to "witch duties", Porsche Little, Bria Scott and Akua Shabaka share the importance of their spiritual practice in everyday life.
Lewis Del Mar meditate on chaos and order in AUGUST
The experimental pop duo’s first album in four years is a psychedelic reflection on identity and our radical present.
MASS is a cult jewellery label inspired by its designer's Vietnamese heritage
Stephanie Le's designs are about the idea of making peace with growing up as a minority.
Inside Moses Sumney’s surreal, musical universe
The singer-songwriter sits down with Terence Nance to discuss self-directing music videos and the trouble with mining trauma to create art.
This is what Barbara Sánchez-Kane is doing during quarantine
The innovative designer tells i-D about making the 'Mexican uniform' camp, her art practice, anxiety and her alter ego SOLRAC.
Z Walsh: “You can look at it like we've had our whole lives to train for this"
The NYC-based model on queer resilience in the face of a pandemic and the nuances of representation at a time where queerness has become currency.
This new short film explores cultural identity and race in modern day Ireland
In his beautiful documentary 'This Land', Zithelo Bobby Mthombeni unpacks the complicated issue of “Irishness” and explores the impact of hostile immigration policy in the country.
Meet the women centring their South Asian heritage through beauty
South Asian women around the world are connecting online and exploring their cultural identities through beauty.
Tyler Mitchell invites us into a black utopia with his new exhibit
The photographer and i-D collaborator opens his anticipated show I Can Make You Feel Good in New York.
these latinx artists used protest posters as a vibrant form of resistance
A new show explores the work that came out of East LA's Self Help Graphics Studio.