Photography

Art

zora sicher's first book documents fierce friendship in a foreign city

The photographer tells i-D about ‘Progreso 110.’
Jack Sunnucks
12.4.18
Photography

dean davies captures the beauty of sibling bonds

His nostalgic series combines documentary-style photography with childhood nostalgia.
J.L. Sirisuk
12.4.18
Photography

what does it mean to be queer?

"Well, queer in the Oxford Dictionary stands for 'odd', and I like that."
Jozef Wright
12.4.18
Photography

harry carr's year in photos

Wales, Greece, Edie Campbell, Adrian Joffe. This is 12 months in the life of photographer Harry Carr.
i-D Staff
12.4.18
Photography

alexandra leese's year in photos

Helmut Lang, a trip back to Hong Kong, a debut i-D story. This is 12 months in the life of photographer Alexandra Leese.
i-D Staff
12.3.18
Photography

boys with alopecia talk about finding self-acceptance

Alifya Al-Harazi photographed three Dutch boys with the rare autoimmune disease and asked them about their ideas on beauty.
i-D Staff
11.30.18
Photography

these self-portraits explore what it means to be a queer black man in america

In ‘Flash of the Spirit’, Lyle Ashton Harris reimagines the erotic, explores ritual, and confronts Transatlantic notions of beauty through the animation of West African masks.
Nicole DeMarco
11.29.18
Culture

we talk to jamie hawkesworth about his new exhibition

'A Blue Painted Fence' explores the energy of people and places from across Kenya, Louisiana, Romania, and beyond.
Felix Petty
11.28.18
Photography

how to study street photography for the price of a yearly netflix subscription

With contributions from the likes of Martin Parr, Susan Meiselas and more of our generation's most esteemed image-makers, The Art of Street Photography is Magnum’s first-ever online photography course.
Ryan White
11.27.18
Photography

photographing the everyday in the excess of berlin's sex parties

In Spyros Rennt's photographs, a cock ring looks as normal as a napkin holder.
Marieke Fischer
11.26.18
Culture

exploring the birth of the b-boy in 70s new york

“It’s a story about art and the resilience of human beings,” says Bronx street photographer Ricky Flores, who captured the nascent b-boy subculture.
Cassidy George
11.26.18
Fashion

asai's magical designs breathe new life into london fashion week

A Sai Ta, the man behind the incredible south London label ASAI, is fresh out of Fashion East and ready to show you just how far his talent can take him. Here, Alexandra Leese shoots his stunning collection in Moganshan, China.
Clementine de Pressigny
11.26.18
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