New York

Photography

A day in the life of legendary photographer Peter Hujar

Linda Rosenkrantz's new book is a transcript of everything the artist did on 18 December 1974.
Alex Merola
1.18.22
Photography

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.
Miss Rosen
1.17.22
Photography

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.
Miss Rosen
1.14.22
Photography

Remembering New York's legendary 70s club Paradise Garage

Over ten years, Paradise Garage changed clubbing and LGBTQ nightlife forever.
Miss Rosen
12.16.21
#Films

7 must-see movies set in New York

From glittering skyscrapers to Brooklyn brownstones, no city looks as beautiful on screen.
Douglas Greenwood
12.6.21
Photography

Davide Sorrenti's fashion photography remains beautiful but misunderstood

A new book of imagery edited by Francesca Sorrenti, the late photographer's mother, captures the essence of his style and vision.
Dal Chodha
11.18.21
Photography

Karen Marshall photographed a group of friends for 30 years

In the mid-80s, Karen aimed to capture the pivotal bonds formed between teen girls. A tragic death 10 months in took the story in a new direction.
Zoe Whitfield
10.13.21
Photography

Gillian Laub's photos reveal America's divisions through her own family

Alienated by her family's support of Trump, the photographer began shooting 'Family Matters' as a way of bridging their political divide.
Miss Rosen
9.29.21
Art

Dash Snow's black-and-white photos take us inside his nihilistic world

In his first posthumous gallery exhibition, we see a different side to the legendary New York graffiti artist.
Miss Rosen
9.22.21
Photography

Photographs of London and New York crowds pre-pandemic

Photographer Jermaine Francis’s new book explores the energy, movement and rhythms of the cities as they used to be.
Tom George
9.20.21
Opinion

A personal remembrance of 9/11

Lexie Robinson was on her way to work in Hoboken that morning. Here she recalls the day the world changed, with photos by Pablo Ravazzani.
Lexie Robinson
9.11.21
Photography

The photographer who staked out inside the NYPD during the wild 1970s

Jill Freedman embarked on a four-year ride to create 'Street Cops', a timestamp of NYC when relations between the government and police were cold.
Miss Rosen
9.9.21
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