Gail Thacker’s alchemical photographs contemplate the fragility of life
For the past 30 years, the New York photographer has documented her community of queer artists on meticulously distressed Polaroid film.
Radical Perverts honours the underground spaces where queer culture thrived
At New York's The Museum of Sex, a new exhibition brings together art about seminal kink clubs, adult theatres and hook-up spots.
Poignant photographs of love & friendship in pre-AIDS New York
Patrick McMullan and his friend Nora Burns recall memories of the raucous times spent with friends like Tom Ford and Andy Warhol.
Quil Lemons is embracing radical queerness
'Quiladelphia', his first solo exhibition at Hannah Traore Gallery, is an exploration of vulnerability and desire.
11 years of photographing life at the end of NYC’s subway lines
Taylor Chapman's 'End of the Line' documents those living in the extremities of The City That Never Sleeps.
Bruce Davidson photographed the most important moments of the 20th century
From the rise of teen culture to the Civil Rights Movement, the legend has shot it all – inspiring Larry Clark and Nan Goldin in the process.
Portraits capturing the changing face of post-gentrification NYC
'Lovers & Friends' is an ode to the communities of born-and-raised New Yorkers being pushed out of the city by socioeconomic whitewashing.
First gen kids recreate photos of their parents when they were younger
Chinese-American photographer Kyle Lui’s project, 'Sowing Rice With Salt', sheds light on the interconnected struggles of immigrant families.
Vintage photos of Brooklyn from the early 70s to the late 90s
The late Robert D. Cave Sr. cast a striking silhouette on the streets of his hometown.
Awake NY is entering a new era
As the New York streetwear brand opens its first store on the Lower East Side, Angelo Baque and Hugo Mendoza discuss what's next.
How Theophilio became New York's most coveted young brand
Jamaica-born, Brooklyn-based designer Edvin Thompson shares his commitment to crafting clothes for his community.
Frost Children are carving out their own weird universe
The New York sibling band just released 'Speed Run', a wild, idiosyncratic club record for music nerds, fashion kids and the hyper-online.