Alex Da Corte's latest large-scale installation is all about dementia, memory, and recontextualization. It's also fucking terrifying.
"There is an unspoken violence that exists in the way we treat each other on the streets in New York. Instead of trying to romanticize that, I'd rather show it plain."
The late actor's character from the 1980s movie Road House is reportedly being used to teach New York City cops how to play nice.
This video, for Tower II's song "Hustle and Starve," features rappers Czarquan and Shogun Ack making great use of low-key lighting as they mob around New York City.
New York City cops are lumping dance crews together with actual street gangs, and experts say this assumption is dangerously misguided.
I hired a male counterpart to see what the other side of the transaction looks like.
Peter Liang is just the fourth New York City cop to be indicted for killing someone since 1999.
The welcome streak comes after weeks of tension between the NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Working the graveyard shift at a photo studio in Times Square leads to some bizarre happenings.
The rapper's homophobic Twitter rant about me revealed how little she knows about gender and sexuality in 21st century America.
Last year a YouTube video of Andrew Kalleen getting hassled and arrested by NYPD cops got shared all over the internet, and now the busker has decided to fight City Hall.
Pacifico Silano's "Against Nature" explores an often overlooked and frequently overlooked period of LGBT history: the persecution of gay men by the Nazis.
He said his eviction "is about me paying low rent. But also because I'm the only negro in the building."
A growing number of artists have turned to Instagram to make work aiming to unsettle our comfortable relationship with technology.
A roundtable discussion between critic Whitney Kimball and artists Jamie Warren, Jibz Cameron, and Guy Richards Smit.
As New York state considers releasing sex offenders previously held in civil commitment, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner's research on the Depravity Standard asks the public to consider how to judge the worst crimes people can commit.
The street artist KATSU says he crafted his own feces into a portrait of the Facebook CEO, and the work is on display at a New York art gallery.
Rikers Island just went from being one of the most dysfunctional jails in America to tentatively claiming a spot at the vanguard of the emerging criminal justice reform movement.
We should salute cops when they do their jobs, but law enforcement heroism can't be used to delay police reform.
If you happen to be in New York City on Thursday and aren't trying to wedge yourself underneath your radiator, Scot Sothern is having a show at Daniel Cooney gallery in Chelsea.
A police shooting Monday night shows that city cops are still doing their jobs, but arrest numbers remain low.
This past week saw New York City cops shift from symbolic protest—turning their backs on the mayor—to actually packing it up and not doing their jobs.
Photographer Dan Allegretto's 2014 sucked. He bounded from job to job, gained weight, fucked a handful of "mediocre dudes," and lost his hair. "Basically, I just got drunk constantly with my friends," he told us.
VICE columnist and former competitive chess champion Giancarlo T. Roma talks to chess players in NYC's Union Square about life and the game.