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These photos reinsert Black and brown, queer and trans bodies in art history
'Being,' a project spearheaded by Camila Falquez, reimagines the classical artistic canon from which they've historically been erased.
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The online Peter Hujar exhibition you need to see now
Pace Gallery’s 'Peter Hujar: Cruising Utopia' combines unreleased images from the late photographer’s archive with some of his best-known portraits.
Meet the New York creatives distributing protest kits on the frontlines
Photographer Sophia Wilson has collaborated with Procell to create 'City Kits' filled with vital supplies for Black Lives Matter protesters.
The unlikely soundtrack of the New York protests
From Pop Smoke to Chief Keef, these repurposed anthems are backing demands for change.
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Here's what you need to know about defunding the police
As protesters call for police reform or to abolish the policing system entirely, we speak to a few experts about what that might mean.
New Yorkers take to the street to protest police brutality
Demonstrations continue throughout all five boroughs following the killing of George Floyd.
Stanislaw Boniecki's quarantine in photos
See the lockdown in Brooklyn through Stanislaw Boniecki's eyes and get a sneak peek of his new photo book 'Stay Home'.
Meet the NYC designer behind these surreal stacked shoes
Dusty's first full collection is inspired by the theatrics of WWE fighters, the Renaissance and designed to make you feel 'lit'.
Meet cumgirl8, the punk band of sex positive superheroes
Chase Noelle, Lida Fox and Veronika Vilim's new self-titled EP is a fully charged commentary and critique in the name of climax.
Sabrina Santiago's quarantine in photos
See the lockdown in Brooklyn through Sabrina Santiago's eyes and learn how to feature your art on her platform 'VISCERAL8'.
Spike Lee’s new short film is a poignant love letter to NYC
Shot entirely on Super 8, New York, New York is an ode to a deserted city under quarantine.
Z Walsh: “You can look at it like we've had our whole lives to train for this"
The NYC-based model on queer resilience in the face of a pandemic and the nuances of representation at a time where queerness has become currency.