A new exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary reveals how renegade Grace Jones subverted Western archetypes of Black women and gender binaries.
Exploring the enduring power of Grace Jones' genre-bending 1980s album, Warm Leatherette.
A new exhibition shows a different side to the enigmatic pop artist, away from the Factory and immersed in the natural world.
Photographer David Corio’s archive offers a glimpse inside a revolutionary era of music and nightlife.
Curator Antoine de Beaupré discusses his immense record collection and what it tells us about the intersection of music, photography, art, and commerce.
A new exhibition of the African-American photographer’s pioneering work celebrates an artist who, over her five-decade-long career, has always followed her instinct over the status quo.
Ahead of an event hosted at the ICA in his memory, three of the late Mark Fisher's students remember their lecturer and describe the ways they have endeavoured to keep his fierce spirit and energy of his music writing alive.
Photographer Maripol reflects on NYC's vibrant downtown club scene, where she shot everyone from Debbie Harry, to Grace Jones, to Madonna and Sade.
Photographer Andé Whyland remembers capturing candid portraits and dancing alongside the luminaries of downtown New York's club scene, among them Keith Haring, Grace Jones and Ru Paul.
Posters for NYC's legendary club nights were designed by everyone from Keith Haring to Jenny Holzer.
Writer Daisy Jones pays tribute to the musician’s 2010 memoir, and the lessons it teaches about knowledge, pleasure and fulfilment.
Artist Tabita Rezaire is as unconventional as it gets. Using a mix of technology and traditional African practices, she’s determined to counteract the oppressive forces of the internet – finding herself in the process.