Before Kim and Paris, there was Angelyne. The woman who pretty much invented the whole "famous for being famous" thing talks with us about her iconic billboards, God, and the time she had an out-of-body experience.
Paul Koudounaris's latest book, Memento Mori, takes readers on a tour of death customs around the world. We talked to him about decorating skulls, burying bodies, and celebrating the dead in different cultures.
Tuxedos, tans, and award-winning twinks.
Government cuts have forced councils in London to axe a ton of lollipop jobs, so we took a walk around and asked some of the hi-vis men and women what they think about it.
This week, photographer Zak Krevitt takes us to Madrid, Spain, where he found a tight knit group of guys, "very passionate about beauty and art and life."
Tonight, in the School of Visual Arts's Mentors Show, Claire Christerson will debut her most ambitious project to date, a short film titled Off Season.
"At a certain point when you're being held hostage, you don't have power to do anything. The only power you have is to listen to your captors and do what they ask you to do."
I've spent a good portion of the last four decades photographing strangers in Hollywood.
Her photos are surreal, feminine, and can't be pinned to any specific decade. They're more like timeless glimpses of the world.
Photographer Cosmin Bubut toured Romanian prisons to document the rooms built for conjugal visits.
We spoke to photographer Heather Lighton on National Puppy Day about the fine art of taking pictures of dogs.
Whoa! What a morning. What a spectacle. What an eclipse.
Thousands of animals were ritualistically killed outside the city of Birgunj in November.
Scott Lane's roams Los Angeles from sunset to sunrise, filming accidents and crime scenes for the local news.
Taken by Índio Badaróss – the artist known as "the Basquiat of Cracolândia."
We asked art sellers outside the Met what they thought of the photographer's latest work.
The screaming wakes you up by 8:30, you have your first drink by 9:30, and you're hammered by noon.
'Damn Son Where Did You Find This?' is the first comprehensive book on US mix-tape art.
Tokyo hosts the largest St. Patrick's Day parade in Asia, complete with shamrocks and pints of Guinness.
A look back at the photographer's life and influential work.
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Jaimie Warren's Horrorfest 2015 in the January issue of VICE magazine, and wished Harry Potter technology existed in the real world so
Focusing on the most sedate areas around his home, Alex Mercadefe seeks out the interesting in the everyday.
Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography, opening at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn tonight, features the work of ten young American and Canadian photographers who share an investigative attitude.