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.
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.
10 iconic photographs that became album covers
How images by Nan Goldin, Deana Lawson, Peter Hujar, Diane Arbus, and Ryan McGinley have found new life as record sleeves.
inside the first major retrospective of peter hujar's evocative portraits
As a traveling retrospective of the artist’s work begins its two-year run this week, we explore why Hujar — a critical chronicler of New York City’s creative and queer communities — is so important today.
my truth: anohni curates her first exhibition
The 'Hopelessness' artist presents her own work alongside subculture icons from around the world at a gallery in Germany.
intimate photos of nyc's creative icons by peter hujar
Opening tomorrow, Peter Hujar’s new exhibition ‘Lost Downtown’ transports us to a time when drag queens, artists, and penniless writers ruled the lawless Lower East Side.
warhol superstar candy darling, came from out on the island...
Jeremiah Newton was Candy Darling’s best friend and roommate between the years of 1965-1974 and would go on to be the keeper of Candy’s estate. He released the book, My Face For The World To See: The Diaries, Letters And Drawings of Candy Darling, Andy...