New York

Photography

Joyful photos taken on Fire Island in the 1980s

Long before June became Pride Month, Fire Island Pines was a refuge for the queer community. Patrik Moreton captured the freedom felt there.
Miss Rosen
6.9.22
Photography

The eternal adolescence of Chad Moore's photography

His new book 'Anybody Anyway' captures the childlike spirit of creative New Yorkers. Here, Chad discusses finding that same magic in nature.
Marco Frattaruolo
6.7.22
Photography

Colin Dodgson's sun-kissed, spontaneous photography

As he opens his new NYC exhibition, 'Private Island', the photographer discusses his aim to make less-digestible art.
Rosalind Jana
5.24.22
Photography

Atmospheric photographs of the 80s Harlem drag scene

Mariette Pathy Allen’s work celebrates a courageous and fiercely loyal community.
Miss Rosen
5.19.22
Fashion

Downtown NYC’s best-loved 'by girls, for girls' label has returned

Loved by everyone from Rihanna to Princess Nokia during its 2010s heyday, MadeMe is back with zingy, clingy streetwear and a community-minded ethos.
Mahoro Seward
5.17.22
Photography

Ricky Flores captured a vital archive of South Bronx street life

The Puerto Rican photographer wanted to see a narrative counter to the dominant, racist impressions of his community — so he created one.
Miss Rosen
4.19.22
Art

Marc Jacobs, Futura and Free Arts NYC join forces to uplift young artists

As New York's teens navigate life post-pandemic, the designer, artist and youth arts organisation are working to set them up for creative success.
Ashley Tyner
4.6.22
Photography

Photographing the sexual hedonism of Fire Island

Matthew Leifheit captured the iconic queer spot and its inhabitants.
Douglas Greenwood
3.30.22
Photography

Photographing New York's Black motorcycle clubs

'Ezy Riders', a new book from photographer Cate Dingley, shows the community has always been much more than just the Hells Angels.
Miss Rosen
3.21.22
Photography

Forgotten photographs of New York's art scene in the 70s

Marcia Resnick reflects on her portraits of Downtown scenesters like Jean-Michel Basquiat, John Belushi and Kathy Acker that went unappreciated for decades.
Miss Rosen
3.15.22
Photography

Photographing New York's wild alternative punk shows and raves

Destiny Mata's 'The Way We Were' captures a decade of anarchy in Latino, Black and Asian punk circles.
Miss Rosen
3.7.22
Photography

Photos of teen culture in 60s New York

Nick Lawrence's new show captures a pre-Nixon bygone era of community, hardship and friendship.
Miss Rosen
2.22.22
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