3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london
See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
christopher kane's ode to ecosexuals
We all love the planet and want it to survive — some of us, it seems, really really love it.
james blake’s new frank lebon-directed video features loads of irl couples kissing
The video for “Can't Believe The Way We Flow” will restore your faith in love.
our rules, our roof: this short film celebrates the impact of pxssy palace for queer people of colour
“It’s more than just clubbing. There’s no reason why the dancefloor can’t be educational.”
speaking to the hardcore tyler, the creator fans outside his cancelled surprise gig
Following the lifting of his UK ban, Tyler announced a surprise gig to take place in Peckham this Saturday, but rowdy fans led to its cancellation. We waded deep into the crowds to capture the Tylermania.
Pip Jay King and Liberty Papworth
no planet, no school: we spoke to the students behind the uk's school strike
On 15 February, thousands of school students around the UK went on strike for the climate, and demanded to be heard. Here are their voices.
Clementine de Pressigny
In collaboration with Maison Margiela
the queer grime artist changing the scene
Karnage Kills is unequivocally femme and fearless.
designer sinéad o’dwyer is critiquing of the homogeneity of model bodies
The next in a series of pieces profiling the young design talent presented in 1 Granary’s second VOID exhibition, we meet Sinéad O’Dwyer, a young designer queering fashion’s formal boundaries.
room for rebellion are the irish activists partying for abortion rights
Angry dancing, but for a good cause.
what happened at 032c’s debut catwalk show in london
The Berlin-based magazine-turned-brand showed their first womenswear collection last night.
the people fighting to end knife crime in london
Kids are dying, the violence is being normalized. Youth worker and writer Ciaran Thapar speaks to those working to end it now.
what it's like to be a 16-year-old in london today
We spoke to sixteen 16-year-olds about the issues affecting their generation.