“Black and White”

Photos

Lost Photographs of an Iconic Queer Discotheque

Photographer Meryl Meisler captured the scene at Paradise Garage throughout the 70's
Elizabeth Renstrom
12.20.18
Freedman Files

Vintage Photos Capture the Beautiful Seediness of Miami Beach

Jill Freedman's decade-long residency captures the astronomical wealth, tackiness, and homelessness on America's favourite beach.
Cameron Cuchulainn
Jill Freedman
10.23.17
Photography

Unearthed Photos from Roger Ballen's Nightmarish Archive

The Die Antwoord collaborator and photographer of life among decay has a new book showcasing his instantly recognizable "Ballenesque" style.
Beckett Mufson
10.3.17
Illustration

Bold Black Botanical Drawings Bash Back at Addiction

UK artist and dietician Tam Farrell free-associates her vices and curiosities with mesmerizing nature drawings.
Beckett Mufson
8.1.17
Premieres

[Premiere] Beyoncé’s Dancers Slay in an Artful Black-and-White Music Video

Among Savages' "If You See Her" just might be your next summer jam.
Francesca Capossela
6.16.17
Photography

Spellbinding Black-and-White Photos of Humpback Whales in Migration

Australian photographer Jem Cresswell follows the animals during their journeys.
Diana Shi
6.5.17
monday insta illustrator

It's Mickey Mouse From Hell

Artist Junk Yard Chicago imagines the darker side of pop culture.
Beckett Mufson
5.16.17
monday insta illustrator

Femmes Recline on Furniture in Sultry Minimal Illustrations

Ladies lounge on armchairs, couches, and stools in these pen-and-ink meditations on the female form.
Beckett Mufson
4.18.17
Photo

Easter Was Better in the 70s

Black and white photos of the annual New York City parade by acclaimed photographer Meryl Meisler.
Meryl Meisler
4.16.17
Dance Film

Dancers Writhe, Rot, and Resurrect in a Creepy Russian Art Film

An exploration of decay and rebirth juxtaposed with natural imagery make this film mesmerisingly eerie.
Anya Tchoupakov
4.13.17
digital art

Joy Division Tees Meet a Xerox Machine From Hell in denial.of.service’s Latest Video

Onryō features scan lines, bodily figures, and what its creator calls “excruciating rotoscoping.”
Emerson Rosenthal
4.6.17
monday insta illustrator

Ian Ferguson Re-Imagines Brooklyn as a Gothic Fairy Tale

Intricate black-and-white prints depict line-drawn people in opposing settings.
Beckett Mufson
3.27.17
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