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.
Bloom publishing's new photo zine Oasis manages to celebrate Australian images without being a boring cliche.
Earlier this year, my mother's father died of cancer. It was the first time someone in my family was going to die, and since I had a hard time dealing with the imminence of death, I decided to document the final months of his life.
I figure everyone with a camera takes pictures of homeless people, but homeless people don't get to shoot the alternate view, so I'm doing it for them.
Suzanna Zak is an intermedia artist living and working in Los Angeles and wherever her travels take her. Moscow-born and New Jersey–raised, Zak is a prolific artist whose work stretches far beyond the reaches of her photography alone.
Judith Prat is a Spanish photojournalist who has been capturing the harsh realities facing miners of coltan in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Coltan is a mineral essential for the manufacture of the tiny capacitors that make smart phones, computers, we…
Greek photographer Leonidas Toubanos grew up in Athens and lives in Scotland, but recently he's been spending time in Russia photographing the country's LGBT community.
The idea was simple: A) There is New York. B) There are people in New York. So, C) There could exist a total, whole and complete document of Every Person in New York.
Aside from the occasional violence that comes with almost any large group of humans, the West Indies parade is one of the last good street festivals New York has to offer.
The Magnum photographer has always preferred to take pictures "close," working not by classic fly-on-the-wall documentarian methodology but by getting so up in the action that there's little chance anything can be lost in the distance between point A (sub…
Leonard Freed/Magnum Photos. New York City, 1979.