Sarah Fakray is staff writer at Dazed & Confused.
As her new show opens at London’s Skarstedt gallery this week, the artist looks back on a career of power and provocation
Patti Smith’s journalistic partner-in-crime – the legendary but low-key image-maker James Hamilton – captured the beating heart of the Big Apple for 40 years
Death come back to life in an archive feature to talk about the genesis of punk and the unanticipated success of the band
The untold story of Le Corbusier – the hard-living master of modern architecture
Inside the mind of the meticulous director who once carried $14,000 in a suitcase to pay off Bill Murray's debts
The photographer has been quietly capturing the soul of America for half a century. Only recently hailed as one of our era’s greatest art photographers, his first London show is on now at Michael Hoppen Contemporary
A dancing day in South Africa with the man devoted to breakneck-speed
The world's top chefs work and sleep in one space for week-long residencies
In the March issue of Dazed, Sarah Fakray talked to art photographer Robert Bergman for his first ever UK interview.
Bravely embarking on a trip to Reykjavik's Airwaves Festival in Iceland, Dazed's Sarah Fakray inevitably encountered stuffed puffins and Bjork... records.
Paul Shiek is fighting the publishing crisis by producing limited-edition, subscription-only photographic book series.
A cartoon lover who is turning organised chaos into unique accessories.
Auro Foxcroft has the "credit cunt" to thank for his recycled train carriage art space.
This prop, costume and set designer has made creations for Paloma Faith, MGMT and Telepathe.
From a background in theatre set design, he has been injecting fashion stories with his own cardboard narrative.
Sarah Fakray stage dives in a chalet, misses a ton of bands and learns that a Costa coffee cup is the perfect vehicle for smuggling in alcohol.
George Quartz searches for a living synthetic sound and the perfect pair of trousers.
The producer of Terry Lynn’s debut album Kingstonlogic 2.0 answers our questions.
Sampling Moloko has given Kidbass and Sincere a grime remix anthem on their hands.
Power punks Mika Miko give us their recommendations.
The New York punks pick their favourite album artwork.
Deadpan Americana and synthpop raconteur Owen Ashworth (aka CFTPA) gives us his recommendations.
Lo-fi bedroom pop recorded in just one take.
This four-piece Californian band by way of Ivory Coast, answer our questions in the most indirect way possible.
A new hotel from the fashion house full of bedrooms where the magic is supposed to happen.
Trapped in an episode of Hangzhou's Next Top Toilet Attendant at a cyber punk nightclub.