As the 1983 feature celebrates its 35th birthday this year, we talk to the people who made it happen.
In the ’70s, New York’s South Bronx was in a state of extreme disrepair – but creativity still managed to flourish.
Artist Flint Gennari looks back on his days at New York’s High School of Art & Design – an innovative institution which boasts Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein and Peter Hujar as alumni.
In New York City, work is king. Nowhere is this truer than at Yemen United, a team caught between the expectations of the old country and the pressures of the new.
Czech photographer Marie Tomanova captures the hopes and dreams of contemporary US city-dwellers in her new portrait series, Young Americans.
From late-night loft parties to crowded poetry readings, a new book featuring previously unseen work from Burt Glinn depicts the era in all of its glory.
A new documentary from filmmaker Sara Driver paints a portrait of the artist through the chaotic New York scene that fed him.
Five decades ago, the streets of Lower Manhattan were torn apart to make way for homes for higher-income communities. Danny Lyon shot the city that was left behind.
After the death of his partner, Bill Hayes found comfort in the streets of his hometown. ‘Get up, take a walk, take your camera, take pictures – the city is there to keep you company.’
In an extraordinary, freshly uncovered photo series taken between the late 70s and 80s, Meryl Meisler celebrates the local communities of the Lower East Side.
Street photographer Ryan Weideman drove a New York City cab for decades. With one eye on the road and a camera in his hand, every passenger became a story, every trip a wild ride.
New York Times writer Molly Young and illustrator Joana Avillez team up for D C-T! – a new book celebrating the pandemonium of their hometown.