Visiting the Art Exhibits in Torbjørn Rødland's Dreams
Torbjørn Rødland is a weird dude. I mean that in the best way possible, as his weirdness manifests itself in brilliant and subversive photographs that twist our perceptions of visual culture into a ball and throw them in the trash.
The Skammerz Ishu
A True Rip-Off Artist
In 2009, I moved from St. Louis, Missouri, to New York City to “make it” as a photographer. I was broke, lonely, and desperate for work, when out of the blue I was contacted on Twitter by someone who went by the name C. S. Leigh.
flash and trash
We Gave DJ Paul a Disposable Camera
Welcome to the first installment of Flash and Trash, our new photo series where we send interesting people disposable cameras and ask them to document their everyday lives for us.
Sandy Kim! Photography. Tonight. Brooklyn. Muddguts.
You've heard a lot from us about Sandy Kim. Can you believe she's never had a solo show in New York? We can't either. That all changes tonight in Brooklyn, at a new space lovingly called Muddguts.
'Everybody Street' - An Exclusive Outtake from the New Documentary
A new documentary, Everybody Street, details the wide spectrum of street photographers, the overarching mores of the genre, and the personal lives of the individual photographers. We snagged this exclusive outtake from the film, featuring Boogie.
Listen to Cable's Song "Roxanne"
Beautiful, stylish people start vanity project bands all the time. Usually, the music sucks and we only tolerate them so we can watch their videos with the sound turned off. Thankfully, this is not the case here.
Jim Mangan and the Layers of the Utah Desert
Jim Mangan takes beautiful photos of the deserts of the American Southwest—a region that looks infinite, otherworldly, and nearly devoid of people through his lens. We asked him to explain his latest collection of images.
VICE Loves Magnum
David Alan Harvey's Beautiful Photos of Poverty and Beach Parties
He's been everywhere from the dirt-poor towns of Virginia to the dirt-poor favelas of Rio de Janeiro, along the way amassing an amazing portfolio of startling images. We talked to him about where he comes from.
We Talked to Giles Clarke About His Photos from Haiti
Giles Clarke is one of our favorite photographers. A few months back, he brought us some amazing imagery from the still-devastated island of Haiti, and for the next two weeks you'll be able to see that work in a gallery in Manhattan. We called him to...
VICE Loves Magnum
Chris Steele-Perkins Can't Let Go of England
Chris Steele-Perkins' early work focused on social ills in British cities. In 1979, he released his first solo book, Teds, examining the British Teddy Boy subculture of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. After that, Steele-Perkins started to travel more...
Kai Wiedenhöfer Is Photographing the World's Most Brutal Walls
Because he hates them, basically, and thinks you should too.
Kai Wiedenhöfer Hates Walls, but He Photographs Them Anyway
Beginning with the Berlin Wall, which he witnessed fall in 1989, German photographer Kai Wiedenhofer has photographed many of the world's most divisive barriers in the hopes to create a dialogue about the use of walls as political tools and their role...