'Once Upon a Time,' the three-decade survey of the photographer's work, is her first New York show since her seminal MoMA retrospective in 2012.
Where the hell does “Roll It, Lick It, Smoke It” actually come from?
Photographer Lauren Greenfield has documented female life through direct, gritty images of young girls and women for decades. Her new monograph "Girl Culture" offers an empathetic perspective that humanizes rather than reduces its female subjects.
She’s got that 'je ne sais quoi' thing—and a whole lot of attitude.
A sociologist embeds within Louisiana bar culture to uncover whether bears treat twinks differently than men treat women in general.
When women are angry, they are expected to be sexy. When women are hurt, they are expected to be dignified. These two records changed that.
Jennifer Packer’s Breathing Room creates space between the subject and the viewer.
The story of how one brave Willem de Kooning student was able to get around Instagram's censorship.
A self-portraiture artist made her own feminist version of the famous Pirelli Calendar.
What does it say about a culture when it’s considered “daring” to put a woman on a magazine cover without the pretense of sex?