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arlene gottfried spent decades capturing the wild energy of nyc
An exhibition of little-seen portraits and Polaroids from the late photographer’s archive opens tonight.
california's queer liberation, photographed by a 19-year-old
Anthony Friedkin began his enduring portrait series ‘The Gay Essay’ in 1969, when he was still a teenager living in Los Angeles. The project — which chronicles four years of queer struggle, resistance, revolution, and joy — is now on view in New York.
88-year-old street photographer len speier opens his first solo show
The accomplished artist and lawyer will debut ‘Nearly Everybody,’ a show featuring work made from the 1960s to 1980s, tonight in New York.
celebrating puerto rican culture and community in early 80s new york
Photographer Arlene Gottfried has spent decades documenting one of the city’s most vibrant populations.
fashion's favorite illustrator draws brooklyn's most beautiful boys
As he opens a new show of personal portraits, Richard Haines tells us how Bushwick is a lot like Versailles.