Yale Art Grads Photo Exhibit Captures the Complexities of a Country
Ten photographers challenge Trump's portrait of America.
MATTE Magazine Presents: Photos That Don't Fit Anywhere
For the latest edition of MATTE, 20 photographers submitted work that they loved but for whatever reason, have never found a home.
The Make Believe Issue
Employees of the Month
Rowan Jacobsen's food writing has won a couple of James Beard Awards and a smattering of other honors. He writes for Outside, Mother Jones, Harper's Magazine, Orion, Yankee, and let us not forget the Calais Lakes and Ponds Working Group.
Aloha, New York!
This spring, my students at SVA went to the islands surrounding Manhattan in an effort to turn municipal New York into a tropical paradise.
50 Faces of Young America
Arresting photographs by Richard Renaldi
Remembering Mary Ellen Mark, a Legendary Documentarian and Mentor to Generations of Photographers
In December, months before her death, I talked to the photographer about what makes a good photo and her teaching process.
Can Young Gays Enjoy Fire Island?
These days, Fire Island's decaying gay bars mostly attract middle-age men. We went to America's most notorious gay travel spot to see if young gays can enjoy the fun.
The Stone Dicks of Fire Island's Belvedere Hotel
Sexy and sad statues and portraits of young men cover the halls of Fire Island's most notorious, clothing-optional luxury hotel.
Tonight in Brooklyn: 'Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography'
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.
Friday night in
Friday Night in the Bakken Oilfield
"We get drunk and think about how Williston used to be, then go home and dream about how it could be."
Mike and Claire Present: 'RATS'
Today we're hosting the world premiere of Mike and Claire's new piece, RATS, just in time for Halloween. The short is a queer romp through a mischievous, monochrome world. It's also really, really freaky.
Mike & Claire
'MATTE' Magazine Presents Hobbes Ginsberg
Hobbes is a 20-year-old Los Angeles self-portrait photographer who doesn't want to make a big deal about their gender, but prefers the pronouns she or they.