how fashion gave queer art its renaissance
From Supreme to Coach, queer art is having a moment in fashion.
'art after stonewall' examines a crucial moment in lgbtq history
The two-part exhibit commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with work by Nan Goldin, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Catherine Opie.
nan goldin’s most powerful images become supreme must-haves
A new generation are set to wear snapshots taken during the AIDS epidemic, inside the LGBT spaces of New York City, Paris, and beyond.
mark morrisroe's gritty 80s polaroids of his lovers and friends
As an exhibition of his electrifying photographs opens in New York, i-D revisits the short life of the teen-hustler-turned-punk-artist who once left a turd in Nan Goldin’s mailbox.
read nan goldin’s powerful new essay on opioid addiction
The legendary photographer's new project is taking on those responsible for the opioid crisis.
nan goldin has a semi-secret instagram account
intimate family photos by nan goldin, tina barney, and dawoud bey
In a new exhibition, the Museum of Fine Arts considers families — the ones we’re born into, and the ones we make ourselves. Curator Karen Haas tells us about five major works.
luis venegas goes pink in paris
A new rose-tinted exhibition by editor Luis Venegas brings together artists such as Nan Goldin, Bruce Weber, and Juergen Teller, for a look at the “undeniable queer history” of the color pink.
nan goldin's little-seen drawings are on view for the first time
‘blood on my hands’ — a show now on view in New York City — reveals how the celebrated artist’s diaries impact the work she makes today.
nan goldin and patti smith are making art in oscar wilde's prison cell
Ai Weiwei and Wolfgang Tillmans have also created works inspired by Reading Prison's most notorious inmate.
ai weiwei and patti smith to participate in art project at prison oscar wilde was sent to for being gay
The major new site-specific project will bring a group of the best artists and writers in the world to Reading Prison, where Wilde was incarcerated during the 1890s.
capturing secret moments in the age of surveillance
Andy Warhol, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Cindy Sherman explore identity and technology in Public, Private, Secret: the International Center of Photography's first exhibition in its new home on the Bowery.