A new exhibition is celebrating the activist, abolitionist, and feminist, and exploring how she utilised her image as a tool in the fight for freedom.
A new exhibition is spotlighting a group of activists who ran riot through 1980s Britain and would profoundly influence lesbian culture.
An online destination for the most cursed second-hand shop finds is opening up art criticism to the masses – as well as raising questions as to why we are so drawn to ‘bad’ artworks.
Around the world, LGBTQ+ bars are closing. In a new book, writer Jeremy Atherton Lin reclaims these institutions from the rubble by tracing their legacy as spaces of solidarity and sexual expression.
While the rest of the world entered the uncertainty of 2021, in recent months, hundreds of thousands of Facebook users have signed up to groups that offer an escape from current times.
This year, we spotlight the inspiring individuals and activist groups who have been on the frontlines of the fight for a better future.
The UK’s cultural landscape has been torn apart by years of commoditization and Tory-inflicted austerity. The coronavirus crisis could be the final blow.
It’s all well and good viewing art through the screens of our laptops; but a new collaborative project between CHANEL and i-D is exploring the impact of a truly sensual immersive art installation.
Michael Fordham was raised on the West Ham terraces. He mourns the death of its century-old ground and the working class football culture it nurtured.
Thailand’s most committed Elvis impersonators perform together to honour the 39th anniversary of The King’s death.
As protests against the Olympics and corruption have exposed Brazil’s ruptures for the world to see, a pioneering collaborative art project between British and Brazilian artists digs into São Paulo’s dividing lines.
Two decades after genocide, Rwanda has risen from the ashes. But what does the future hold for a nation scarred by a history of divide and rule?