A new art show explores the feeling of being together
In 'The Privilege of Getting Together', a handful of rising artists respond to themes prescient to the pandemic.
Photos from NYC’s vigil for victims of Asian hate
Ryan Razon went down to Union Square at the weekend.
Aerial East’s new video is a nostalgic ode to pre-pandemic New York
Times Square! Macy’s! Public nudity! The musician collaborated with photographer Brianna Capozzi on a surreal jaunt around the city.
No one photographed New York's drag scene like Peter Hujar
A new show spotlights his timeless portraits documenting the underground drag scene of the 70s.
Kristina Shakht's ancient statue-inspired portraits
The New York-based Russian photographer presents a new chapter in her work.
Proenza Schouler once again captures New York's mood
For SS21 the designers created a book with photographer Daniel Shea, capturing a resilient and beautiful city
This short film captures the gentrification of Sylvia Rivera’s New York
The iconic trans activist spent her life fighting for displaced queer youth and those living with HIV in the city. Eighteen years after her death, ‘This Is An Address’ captures the place she called home.
The photographer finding parallels between NY and Russia during lockdown
Devoid of her usual subject matters, Kristina Shakht roamed the empty streets.
This photographer captures a different side to the American Dream
“'Crossroads' became a place to document an American landscape facing a rapid transition, in a country built on promises.”
The art establishment needs to start treating Black work with respect
The Whitney Museum's recent art acquisition scandal shows us just how much work there is to be done.
Lucien Smith is still disrupting the art world
The American contemporary painter on his debut solo museum show, the changing New York art scene and the pitfalls of finding fame so early.
The Faith in Chaos Issue
Visit the NY farm fighting food insecurity
Artist Dan Colen's Sky High Farm uses regenerative practices to replenish local food banks.