For the past three years, photographer Stefano Lemon has been documenting South Florida’s hardcore scene – an underdog movement that refuses to die.
A new exhibition celebrates the art, lives and love affair of the revolutionary artist couple.
Back in print for the first time since 1970, Dennis Stock’s California Trip serves as a radical visual history, depicting the Sunshine State at its heady peak.
Throughout the decade, photographer Michael Jang made fake press passes to get access to gigs, conventions and Hollywood events.
As a young photographer, Joel Meyerowitz spent his summers in an idyllic hideaway – a place where lovers, artists and runaways could live freely.
In the new exhibition, Arlene Gottfried: After Dark, the artists takes us into the nightclubs, strip joints, dive bars, and drug dens of the ’70s.
Magnum photographer Gregory Halpern examines the myth of the American Dream in his new series, Omaha sketchbook.
The American art instructor introduced the general public to the idea that they didn’t need to go to art school to paint.
The activist group fought to empower Puerto Rican, Latinx and other colonised communities in the US – but their fight is far from over.
The 21st-century rock veteran talks ear appointments, dogs, and why he’s considering moving to a monastery.
In the 1970s, photographer Wynn Miller joined the Arizona Maravilla gang: a disenfranchised community stuck on the margins of society.
American photographer Henry Diltz uncovers his archive of shots from the legendary music festival, now over half a century old.