70s

Art

Does Black Power Have an Artistic Aesthetic?

The Brooklyn Museum's new Soul of a Nation exhibit shows how artists of the era grappled with the timeless question.
Taylor Hosking
9.21.18
VICE TALKS FILM

John Cameron Mitchell on His New Film 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties'

The director's sci-fi odyssey follows a group of teenage punks who accidentally run into a roving band of aliens in 1970s England.
VICE Staff
5.30.18
Features

The Musicians Who Knew We'll Be Cyborgs Soon

How late-70s and early-80s electronic pop from Kraftwerk, Devo, and Young Marble Giants warned us of our post-human future.
Joe Bucciero
7.11.17
Travel

My Father's Journey Around the World with Stolen Plane Tickets

After a chance encounter with a Black Panther, my father embarked on the adventure of his life—an adventure that led him as if by fate to my mother.
Naomi Melati Bishop
6.19.16
Art

115 Portraits Capture the Queer Sexy 70s

'The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment' explores gay liberation.
Antwaun Sargent
5.26.16
Film

This Porn-y 70s Film Is a Mind-Melting Head Trip About a Witch and a Tiny Talking Penis

'Belladonna of Sadness' is an eye-popping hentai lost classic featuring depravity, the occult, and a long, strange trip with a disembodied member from hell.
J. W. McCormack
2.18.16
Music

Destiny Is the Empowering Disco Queen We Need

Upon the release of her new music video, "Soul Train," VICE talked to the artist formerly known as Princess Nokia about her upcoming mixtape, urban feminism, cultural activism, and intellectual spirit.
Barbara Calderón-Douglass
7.21.15
Film

A Short, NSFW History of Cannibalism on Camera

In today's outrage culture, it's hard to believe that the Italian cannibal-rape films of the 1970s ever received theatrical releases.
Andrew Lowry
2.24.15
Film

Paul Thomas Anderson on 'Inherent Vice,' Kubrick, and Hangovers

"I think it's good to think of the film as, like, that moment when you wake up in the morning and you've been drinking the night before."
Amelia Abraham
1.12.15
Photo

Gay Photography Legend James Bidgood Needs Help Buying a Camera

People often cite James Bidgood's photography as a precursor to David LaChapelle's work, but the legendary gay photographer needs help buying a camera.
Hugh Ryan
1.11.15
Fashion

Behold: the World's Biggest Archive of Skinhead Ephemera

We talked to Toby Mott about punk, fascism, and other incarnations of the skinhead movement, all of which are explored in his forthcoming book, <i>Skinhead – An Archive</i>.
Amelia Abraham
12.25.14
Photo School

'Find Out What You Love, and Photograph It'

Henry Horenstein&#39;s indispensable advice for young photographers.
Matthew Leifheit
12.11.14
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