Their numbers are exploding, even while the government is trying to ban masked protests.
Photographer Jess T. Dugan portrays queer and trans people with striking intimacy.
Glenda Lissette's new series, "Save Our Skin," reflects on how anti-aging self care routines have warped her self image.
Artist Laurence Philoméne invites some of their favorite photographers to show what trans and non-binary representation outside of the cis gaze looks like.
Contemporaries of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michael Stewart—the subject of Basquiat's painting "Defacement"—reflect on surviving 1980s New York.
Photographer Robert Hickerson creates alternate universes to give answers when real life doesn’t. When he wanted to find love but didn't, he created a werewolf trapped in a fraternity instead.
This year's Amazon fires left major devastation in their wake. This is what small farmers and communities lost.
Photographer Mikael Owunna's series started as a personal journey of seeking community.
Photographer Michael Marcelle captures quiet moments of downtime at the beloved convention.
In the face of rapid displacement, Latinx artists are using social media to archive the lives and legacies of the people who made LA the cultural starburst that it is.
I wanted spontaneous portraits of Bushwig's drag performers—so I scared them with a fake rat.
Sara Hylton's portfolio documents displacement among Afghan children living at the I-12 settlement in Pakistan.