This Photographer Captures Everyday Lives in Brooklyn
Photographer Miranda Barnes carries her camera around Sunset Park, Brooklyn, to show the spaces and faces that make it beautiful.
Haunting Photos Depict the Hardships of Global Labor
The 'Labor & Materials' photo show incriminates our growing reliance on computers and technology.
Inside the Private Spaces Women Can Call Their Own
Rania Matar's photos of teen girls in their bedrooms celebrate similarities between America and the Middle East.
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These Intimate Portraits Are an Antidote to Icky Ads
Writer and photographer Elyssa Goodman talked with photographer Zora Sicher on the importance of having a dialogue with your subjects.
The Future Is Black Femmes
A new exhibit in New York City celebrates the visual identity of artists from across the African diaspora who present as feminine.
The Problems Facing Britain's Working Class Muslim Men
We spoke to Mahtab Hussain about his new book, 'You Get Me?'
Portraits of Young Filmmakers Changing the Game
Photographers Nathanael Turner and Nathan Bajar photographed talented young directors on both coasts.
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This Virtual Reality Trip Inside an Artist's Body Is Like the Magic School Bus on Mushrooms
Go deep – real deep – with 'Self Portrait (Interior)' by Theo Triantafyllidis.
Painter Felice House Reimagines Classic Cowboys as Women
Felice House imagines if the West was won by women.
Portraits of Sleeping People Come to Life in These Embroidered Pillows
It’s hard to tell where the portrait ends and the pillow begins in these plush sculptures by Maryam Ashkanian.
Read About How All Your Favorite Artists Were Boning in 'The Art of the Affair'
The short illustrated book chronicles the lesser-known interpersonal relationships between 20th century artists.
A Day at Home with Gutxi Bibang, an International Star in the Making
The burgeoning musician let us take a peek inside his life.