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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Photographing New York's first summer after 9/11
Aged 19, Lucas Foglia arrived in Manhattan and began documenting a city starting to heal. 20 years on, he's publishing the images for the first time.
The quiet joy of Kana Motojima's photography
The Japanese-American artist grew up in Hawaii with a love of disposable cameras. These days she makes work that offers respite from the daily doom and gloom.
The Italian-American photojournalist who fell in love with 80s New York
Patrick D. Pagnano's wife Kari discusses her late husband's charming personal work shot on the streets of Manhattan.
Photos that prove there was nowhere like New York in the 80s
Hazel Hankin discusses her never-before-seen street photography.
No one does party pictures like Marie Tomanova
Her new book – ‘New York New York’ – is another full-throttle ride through the city at night.
These NYC skaters are honouring the legacy of a 90s hero
Harold Hunter, star of Larry Clark’s ‘Kids’, passed away 15 years ago. A foundation set up in his name is dedicated to supporting the scene.