The landmark 70s artist program that shaped American culture forever
Over 20,000 artists – including some now legendary photographers – secured full-time employment through a federally funded arts project.
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Revisiting New York's fabled sex playground of the 70s
A new show of Stanley Stellar's NSFW imagery from Christopher Street Pier shines a light on the city's queer sexual revolution.
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Sex clubs, Studio 54, Central Park: A portrait of NYC in the 70s & 80s
The late Arlene Gottfried captured her city with effortless charm.
Paul Thomas Anderson has made a 70s coming-of-age movie
Watch Alana Haim make her acting debut in the trailer for ‘Licorice Pizza’, alongside an eclectic mix of actors.
The photographer capturing 70s bands before they were famous
Pierre René-Worms snapped candid portraits of the era's biggest acts, from Debbie Harry and Grace Jones to Joy Division.
7 of Farrah Fawcett's most iconic outfits
From tennis gear to chainmail dresses, the 'Charlie’s Angels' actress defined 1970s California chic.
How did halter tops become the go-to look for a hot boy summer?
The Y2K style is staging a gender-bending comeback, courtesy of designers like Ludovic de Saint Sernin and Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci.
A guide to Stevie Nicks' style evolution
The Fleetwood Mac singer is known for her 70s style and witchy aesthetic, but the Queen of Rock and Roll has had many eras and fashion to match.
7 of Donna Summer's most iconic outfits
The Queen of Disco epitomized 70s style in opulent feathered capes, halter gowns and sequins galore.
Claudia Skoda's knitwear revolutionised fashion in 70s Berlin
Living in West Berlin's answer to Andy Warhol's Factory, the designer dressed her friend David Bowie and counted Cher and Donna Summer as fans.
This revolutionary 70s photobook made the lives of lesbians visible
40 years on, 'Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians' is being re-released by Anthology Editions. We speak with its photographer and activist creator, JEB.
20 years of Dogtown and Z-Boys: “It documented a revolution.”
In the mid-70s, a group of California kids changed skateboarding forever. Here, they discuss life since the cult 2001 doc that told their story.