A conversation with the artist about sexuality, racism, history, the policing of black men's bodies, and the rest of the themes of his first solo exhibition.
There's a lot to read into in Seaside: the destruction of the middle class, the psychological effects of climate change, what Fireball Cinnamon Whisky can do to a community. But there's an undeniable kind of humanity in this degeneration.
The photographer's work resembles moments you barely remember from dreams you can't figure out. One of them is a picture of a dog with its head in a box.
Christian Nilsen's photos prove there's more to Oktoberfest than boozy debauchery.
The Tana Toraja regency on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi has an unusual death ritual: Every few years, families reunite to exhume the bodies of their deceased relatives, clean up the inside of their coffins, and sometimes give their ancestors a fresh
Hobbes is a 20-year-old Los Angeles self-portrait photographer who doesn't want to make a big deal about their gender, but prefers the pronouns she or they.
When we asked Bruce to film a new photo-critique show, he agreed on the terms that the show wouldn't suck and, if it did, we'd let him sock us in the face.
This is a story about a Canadian recluse named Janet Schwartz and her domesticated deer, Bimbo.
There's an old adage that Saskatoon, in central Saskatchewan, Canada, has "got nothing but hookers and hockey players," but there's also a simmering underbelly of pure rock n' roll debauchery at a level that only people from backwater towns can understand…
Issue 28 of MATTE magazine features photos by New York-based artist Pixy (Yijun Liao) from the series Experimental Relationship, which challenges preconceived notions of heterosexual relationships
In case you're clueless, Bruce is one of our favorite Magnum photographers who won a Guggenheim Fellowship this past year. He's also one of the badassest badasses in the business. This is his new photo critique show.
Alex Da Corte, Jayson Musson, and Dev Hynes got together to make a bizarre statement about Francophiles, fantasy, and—you know what, just watch it.
Check out Baltimore artist Ben McNutt's queer perspective on wrestling in issue 24 of 'MATTE' magazine, available now.
I have, at various times, loved LA and hated LA. Right now, I'm on an up-swing, and I can't imagine myself living anywhere else.
Due to a government ban, there are now only 13 of the animals left in the city, all microchipped and owned by a few families who mostly live together in unkempt fields under the same bridge.
M&M's World in Leicester Square seems oddly incongruous, even nestled between the Ben & Jerry's flagship store and tourist traps selling Kate Middleton shot glasses. How and why does it continue to exist?
We spoke to Yoshi Omori about photographing Public Enemy and the notorious Parisian club Le Globo.
While Narcissister may appear to be a mannequin that sprang to life one day, she is the result of years of work in a number of disciplines.
Léo Malek is more interested in capturing the faces of the market's vendors than the secondhand sex toys and stray hubcaps for sale.
A week ago, on a balmy Sunday evening in downtown Manhattan, a photography show shut down an entire city block. It was the New York edition of Ryan McGinley's Yearbook installation at Team Gallery, where vivid and hedonistic portraits of beautifu…
Everyone with a camera claims to be a street photographer. Eric Kim actually is. His shots dominate Instagram and Tumblr, and his Youtube videos have led to a dedicated following of fans. We met up with him while he was in Australia.
Every year, the Staten Island Pug Meetup hosts a pug pool party where pug lovers can watch pug swimming races and eat pug lollipops. Luckily for everyone who missed the event, I took these pictures.
For her fanzine, the photographer examined how eating disorders make people self-destruct.
A new series of photos explore violence and masculinity in the Hudson River Valley through revisiting sites of horrible crimes committed by men.