Al Diaz and Basquiat rewrote the rules of street art before taking different paths: one as a hard-grafting musician, the other as an iconic artist. Both would be ravaged by drugs. Four decades on, the story is far from finished.
Being your own boss in an unforgiving city brings all sorts of challenges. But is it worth it? A new film by photographer Daniel Soares finds out.
Jamel Shabazz has spent his life documenting the city that never sleeps. But while his shots of urban street style have become iconic, the bigger picture reveals something much deeper: a commitment to community.
From September 27 to January 21, the New Museum will play host to Trigger – a new multimedia exhibition exploring gender’s place in contemporary culture.
Hosted at the Barbican, the first comprehensive retrospective of the notorious American artist goes from his graffiti work all the way to his rise to icon status.
A new exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art pulls together the most politically charged work of the last century.
Photographer Daniel Soares has crafted an ode to the city that never sleeps: a series of late-night snapshots that distil its unmistakable energy.
Photographer Simon Eeles captures the colour, eccentricity and diversity of Rockaway in his latest personal project.
Owen Harvey captures the lowriding scene in New York – the cars, men and women keeping the subculture alive.
Karine Laval never learnt the dos and don'ts of photography, instead she celebrates creating work that doesn't play by the rules.
From '60s space cadets to modern-day mavericks, the far-out sounds of Silver Apples are finally getting due recognition.
Rob Ball captures the decay and revitalisation of Dreamland and Coney Island, using traditional developing processes to intertwine past and future.