A new film by Huck chronicles photographer Joe Augstell, following him as he tracks down crimes in the city using a police radio scanner.
In his new book, photographer Philip Trager celebrates the dramatic dignity and spirit of the city during one of its most troubled eras.
LGBTQ+ campaigners descended on Uzbekistan's consulate in New York City this weekend, to protest the country's state-sponsored homophobia and violence.
Brooklyn's Empire Roller Skating Center finally shut its doors in 2007, but Patrick D. Pagnano's photographs capture the rink in its glorious heyday.
Ulrika Brand reflects on the iconic career of her father, Jonathan Brand – a New York street photographer who captured the spirit of the city between 1957 and 1968.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
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.