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7 must-see moments during Frieze New York (and beyond)
From art exhibitions and book releases to parties meant to impress friends and followers alike... here's what not to miss this week.
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The protestors fighting for abortion rights in New York City
As the US Supreme Court attempts to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, Kristina Shakht photographs those taking to the streets in protest.
Over 15 years of travel, skate culture and New York hedonism in photos
Fucking Awesome founder and pro-skater Jason Dill's new book, 'Prince Street', remembers the people, places and parties of his youth.
5 New York dancers on the power of movement
Jacqueline Davis and Sunny Lee’s SXSW-premiering docu-series explores the lives of ballet, ballroom, street and Kuchipudi dancers.
Ian Lewandowski's portraits of a liberated queer community
The Brooklyn-based photographer captured his friends and acquaintances in the places they feel safe for his ongoing project 'The Ice Palace Is Gone'.
Kia Labeija's personal portrait of New York's ballroom scene
The artist's new exhibit 'Prepare My Heart' is an authentic look at ball culture and life with HIV.
Portraits that capture the creative spirit of 80s New York
Tom Warren documented the downtown art scene, when life in the East Village was a haze of parties, gallery openings and activism.
Sun-drenched photos that will make you long for summertime
The established and emerging photographers featured in Something Special Studios' annual photo book share their visual diary of the season.
Wiki and Sage Elsesser discuss NY hip-hop and measuring success in music
Fresh off their US tour, we quizzed the rapper and producer on their new record, ‘Half God’.
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Kristin Mallison’s tapestry corsets are a playful, punk take on femininity
The Brooklyn-based designer tells us about turning discarded furniture into viral wearable garments and her latest collection, ‘Le Jardin’.
Sex clubs, Studio 54, Central Park: A portrait of NYC in the 70s & 80s
The late Arlene Gottfried captured her city with effortless charm.
Meet Gustaf, the Brooklyn punk band that want you to get up and mosh
New York's favourite art punk band on touring during the apocalypse and releasing their long-awaited debut album 'Audio Drag for Ego Slobs'.