Peter Hujar captured New York between the Stonewall uprising of 1969 and the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. Now, his incredible legacy is being revisited in a new show.
Photographer Chris Lagares returns to his hometown of Rochester, NY – a small city overlooking Lake Ontario – to shoot the public markets and local communities of his childhood.
Photographer Susannah Ray explores the shores and waterways that New Yorkers use all year-round to fish, swim, sit and daydream.
A new MOMA exhibition looks back on the legacy of Club 57 – a no-budget East Village venue that ripped up the rule book and changed the face of modern art.
A new book from writer Ed Thompson and photographer Julien Roubinet explores the overlooked coastlines of New York and New Jersey – the unlikely home of a rich and diverse surf community.
Taken while she was a student at the prestigious Pratt Institute, Constance Hansen’s newly uncovered images expose the real outsiders of the 1960s New York.
Photographer Joseph Rodriguez shoots a forgotten New York community in a new book and exhibit, Spanish Harlem: El Barrio.
A new book reveals the mysteries that lie behind the clothes of creative icons. In an exclusive extract, Janette Beckman shares the story behind her favourite Def Jam bomber.
As Trump’s anti-LGBTQ policies creep through Congress, we spend time with the trans and drag models of New York – hearing their thoughts, hopes and fears for the future.
A new film by Huck and Finisterre follows four surfers as they flee the daily grind of New York, slipping away at dawn to find salvation in the sea.
Al Diaz and Basquiat rewrote the rules of street art before taking different paths: one as a hard-grafting musician, the other as an iconic artist. Both would be ravaged by drugs. Four decades on, the story is far from finished.
Being your own boss in an unforgiving city brings all sorts of challenges. But is it worth it? A new film by photographer Daniel Soares finds out.