Photography

Photography

Gillian Laub's photos of segregated proms are still relevant in 2020

'Southern Rites' started in 2002, but feels particularly urgent right now. As the exhibition travels across America, we catch up with the photographer.
Ryan White
2 days ago
Photography

Self-published zine Refugium details the immigrant experience in America

Through photography and first-hand stories of her friends and family, Ares Maia pieces together a complicated story about heritage.
Ryan White
3 days ago
The 40th Anniversary Issue

The faces of modern Belfast

Photographer Scott Gallagher shoots a series of portraits that capture what beauty looks and feels like amongst young kids in modern Northern Ireland.
Roisin Lanigan
4 days ago
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Lost and found: Unpublished images from i-D's 40 year archive

To celebrate our 40th Anniversary Issue, we dug into the archives to uncover some hidden gems from the some most iconic photographers in the i-D fam.
Felix Petty
10.22.20
The 40th Anniversary Issue

5 Palace collaborators photograph what family means to them

David Sims, Alasdair McLellan, Juergen Teller, Jim Goldberg and Frank Lebon all capture the essence of the Palace community.
Claire Thomson-Jonville
10.21.20
Photography

Candid photos of Hollywood’s rising stars

Photographer Lauren Leekley captures intimate moments with all your favourites, from Devon Lee Carlson to Dua Lipa.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
10.20.20
Photography

Sunil Gupta’s life in photos

The photographer guides i-D through six of his most crucial pictures to coincide with new retrospective.
Zoe Whitfield
10.20.20
Photography

Powerful photos of the Lagos youth protesting police brutality

For nearly a week, young people in Nigeria's largest city have been participating in the #EndSARS protests.
Mahoro Seward
10.14.20
Photography

These striking photos celebrate rural America's queer cowboys

In 'National Anthem', Luke Gilford highlights the LGBTQ+ community disrupting mainstream rodeo across the US.
Sofia Mattioli
10.14.20
Photography

Mimi Plumb captures the beauty of growing up in 1970s suburban California

“We wandered around the Walnut Festival, hiding in corners, smoking cigarettes, looking for stuff to do."
Edmée Lepercq
10.13.20
Photography

Photographer Diana Markosian creates a time machine to her childhood

In her new monograph, 'Santa Barbara', Diana recreates the soap opera that was her unconventional upbringing.
Ryan White
10.12.20
Art

Counterfuture: the nihilistic Instagram turning archived imagery into art

A new book – 'Conceptual Art in Law Enforcement' – brings the infamous account offline.
Ryan White
10.8.20
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