New York

Film

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.
Douglas Greenwood
a day ago
Photography

The photographer finding parallels between NY and Russia during lockdown

Devoid of her usual subject matters, Kristina Shakht roamed the empty streets.
Jack Sunnucks
9.16.20
Photography

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.”
Ryan White
9.16.20
Opinion

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.
Sara Radin
9.7.20
Art

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.
Ryan White
8.13.20
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.
Jack Sunnucks
7.30.20
Culture

Photos from the Black Women's Vigil in New York

Freedom March NYC came together with a host of organisations for a candlelit remembrance.
i-D Staff
7.22.20
Photography

This poster project imagines life pre-coronavirus

Gabrielle Marceca and Jon Ervin photographed the mundane social activities they were missing.
Jack Sunnucks
7.9.20
The Faith in Chaos Issue

Mario Sorrenti photographs New Yorkers under lockdown

From Chloë Sevigny and Marc Jacobs to Gray Sorrenti and Evan Mock - see the photographer’s creative community (and their dogs) at home in their neighbourhoods.
Mario Sorrenti
6.18.20
News

15 thousand New Yorkers marched for Black trans lives

Spurred by the murders of Dominique "Rem'Mie" Fells and Riah Milton.
Jack Sunnucks
6.15.20
Photography

This zine is a record of life-changing friendships in New York City

NYC artist Siena Saba began the project when she moved into a packed studio apartment in Bushwick, a space which quickly became very special to her.
Jenna Mahale
5.20.20
Photography

The photographer creating hazy portraits of Chinatown

Htet Gyaw's latest project is a love letter to NYC's famous Canal Street.
Ryan White
5.6.20
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