Here are a couple things you might see in Berlin: a jacket placed on the ground while its owner digs through a gutter, black umbrellas being used to protect right-wingers from flying gloves of piss, and young couples fondling romantically on shattered Jäg…
For the second installment of Walter's photo column, he went to Salem, Massachusetts, to hang out with some witches and a lot of tourists in spooky costumes.
Allen Frame reflects on the life of photographer David Armstrong, who died in Los Angeles on Saturday at age 60.
His family thinks he's ruining his life, his girlfriend is going to leave him, and an army of hateful European teenagers want him dead. Why won't he stop?
Just in time for Halloween, New York performance artist Joseph Keckler premieres his St. Mark's teen goth relapse on VICE.
Nate "Igor" Smith has sat down at diners with everyone from Lena Dunham to Stoya, and he's photographed them all. Now he's turning to Kickstarter to raise money to turn all those photos into a book.
A new exhibition of the work of Wolfgang Tillmans examines what a photo is, how it works as an object, and how it lets us look at the world.
The Creators Project spoke to the iconic artist about his new co-curated benefit show to support education and healthcare in Haiti.
Chris Steele-Perkins's pictures of Manchester's Strangeways prison from 1980 reveal a slice of the UK's criminal underworld.
Images from Studio 54 are nothing new, but something about the pictures Tod Papageorge took there seem to raise the club's revelers to a new level.
Meet the New York ophthalmologist and historian who owns the world's largest collection of early medical and historical photography and was in charge of making sure The Knick was accurate.
The 22-year-old's first solo show, Let Me Not Introduce Myself the Pleasure Is Yours, opens this week at London's Display Gallery, so I talked to her about how she hides her identity in plain sight.
No other city has surprised me on a daily basis as much as Los Angeles. It's a street photographer's paradise.
Walter Pearce is a 20-year-old New York photographer who flits around the periphery of high-fashion events, but rarely chooses to take pictures of the fashions on display. This is his new column, which will feature photos of fashionable people, but also l…
He'll be selling 100 pairs of underwear and 300 copies of his new book. All you need to do is RSVP.
Earlier this year, Bosnia experienced massive flooding, and as a result land mines that had been dormant for almost two decades slid into towns, disguised under a layer of wet, dark earth.
"I think photography is an expression of a lust for life, and is a way to almost immortalize beauty-to freeze a slice of time forever."
"One thing I won't forget is watching a drunken man one afternoon. He got completely naked and took a piss... And he was bathed in this golden light—it was really surreal. I wanted to take a photo, but it was over pretty quick."
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.