We talked to Lawrence Schiller, whose photographs of the counterculture movement inspired Tom Wolfe, about how the new text offers the "full picture of set and setting".
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' focuses on places where the fight against discrimination has been ignored by the history books.
Augustus Owsley Stanley III not only created the Grateful Dead's "Wall of Sound" and inspired the band's dancing bear iconography, but also crafted the drugs that sparked the "spirit of that era."
Stemming the Tide of Cultural Amnesia: An Interview with Legendary New York Performance Artist, Penny Arcade
We talked to the one-woman show about five decades of performing, her oral history project Lower East Side Biographies and the need to offer young people a queer, punk-rock, alternative to the mainstream.
His new biopic succeeds, despite lacking any actual Jimi Hendrix songs.
Focusing on one year in Hendrix's, this long-awaited biopic takes a look at the artist's rise to fame and acclaim, and the demons that haunted him.
The agency still refuses to release the last volume of its history of the Bay of Pigs invasion.
The photographer's classic book The Bikeriders is finally being republished.
Neil Kenlock's photos give the Brixton-based group the profile they deserve.
I never met him, but I asked some of his old friends what he was like.
A round-up of what's been going on this week over at the Grolsch Film Works blog.
George Lois was one of the primary architects of the Creative Revolution in American advertising in the 1960s--yeah, yeah, like on "Mad Men."