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Naima Green photographs primal joy, the body and queer love

'A Sequence for Squeezing’ opened on the one-year anniversary of a bad car accident the artist spent months recovering from.
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The story behind En Vogue’s legendary 90s album artwork

25 years after its release, Guzman, the photography duo behind the 'EV3' cover discuss its creation.
Miss Rosen
6.17.22
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Shikeith's spiritual photographs of Black masculinity

In 'grace comes violently', the artist explores the emotions that haunt queer men from African-American cultures.
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6.13.22
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Joyful photos taken on Fire Island in the 1980s

Long before June became Pride Month, Fire Island Pines was a refuge for the queer community. Patrik Moreton captured the freedom felt there.
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6.9.22
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Photographer Camila Falquez creates new paradigms of beauty, power & liberation

Ahead of her first ever solo exhibition in New York, the artist discusses elevating her subjects to new heights.
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5.25.22
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Atmospheric photographs of the 80s Harlem drag scene

Mariette Pathy Allen’s work celebrates a courageous and fiercely loyal community.
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5.19.22
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Revisiting New York’s radical punk and no wave scene of the 70s and 80s

Encouraged by Andy Warhol, Bobby Grossman picked up a camera and started photographing the likes of Bowie, Basquiat and Debby Harry.
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5.12.22
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Photographing Black cowboys across America

Ivan McClellan travelled to different rodeos, ranches and farms to paint a more vivid picture of the US's Black cowboy communities.
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4.28.22
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Photos that capture the ecstasy of New York's disco scene in the 70s

Bill Bernstein's new exhibition celebrates the halcyon days of Studio 54.
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4.21.22
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Ricky Flores captured a vital archive of South Bronx street life

The Puerto Rican photographer wanted to see a narrative counter to the dominant, racist impressions of his community — so he created one.
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4.19.22
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Photographing hustlers, hippies and drifters in 1960s California

Doug Biggert shot the hitchhikers he encountered driving his green 1966 VW Bug across the state.
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4.12.22
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Photographing New York's Black motorcycle clubs

'Ezy Riders', a new book from photographer Cate Dingley, shows the community has always been much more than just the Hells Angels.
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3.21.22
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