Inspired by the role gender plays within society, Sarai Mari’s "Speak Easy" is a celebration of raw expression.
"The only pictures I like are the ones I've taken."
‘Midnight Mass’ brings together three artists documenting the underground club culture of New Wave NYC, Rio de Janeiro's Baile Funk scene, and the spiritually sweaty raves of Berlin.
31 female artists challenge the macho athlete archetype in 'March Madness,' an exhibition striking at the intersection of sports and politics during Women's History Month.
On the eve of presenting the third collection of his eponymous line, John Alexander Skelton invites us on a family outing through the great British countryside.
"Last time I cringed was Kendall Jenner taking the AUX cord from the DJ at a big fashion party to play her stale Top 40 Spotify playlist, and having to witness everyone pretending to enjoy themselves. Girl, 'Bad & Boujee' was so last season."
The multimedia artist started using fashion to escape the militant mundanity of Eastern Bloc Germany, but after discovering her African heritage, she turned it into art.
We spoke to photographers from India, Germany, and the US about the many facets of female identity.
The NYC-based photographer shoots the world's most extravagant parties for some of its glossiest magazines. In her exhibition 'Public Relations,' she zooms in on the moments that don't make it into their pages.
Tom Atwood’s sweeping photographic series of portraits of the queer community.
Photographer Andrew Holligan captured 80s anarchists, fascists, and little girls with Cabbage Patch dolls.
At a time when photographic representation of lesbians was limited at best, photographer Tanya Chalkin’s The Kiss caused a storm in the UK. An image designed by women for women, we meet the photo’s models and the queer ad agency behind the concept.
Yoshinori Mizutani captures the everyday beauty of Japan in his series 'Colors.'
She reflects on how small changes in her life impacted her photography, and a new book.
What if Harmony Korine grew up in post-Soviet Russia? Marie Tomanova's new photography show 'Baby I Like It Raw,' capturing uninhibited youth after the fall of the Iron Curtain, hopes to provide some insight.