Puerto Rican photographer Paola M. Franqui, AKA Monaris, describes using image-making as a way of finding the beauty in mundane everyday life.
Photographer Andé Whyland remembers capturing candid portraits and dancing alongside the luminaries of downtown New York's club scene, among them Keith Haring, Grace Jones and Ru Paul.
For two decades, Patrick Cashin worked as the MTA’s official photographer, documenting the ins and outs of one of the world’s busiest transit systems.
The New York neighbourhood has always been irresistible to street photographers – particularly Harvey Stein, who has been shooting there for over five decades.
One of the few women in a male-dominated scene, Claudia "Claw Money" Gold has been tagging the streets of New York for three decades.
Ethan James Green knows what it’s like to feel like an outsider. In his first monograph, he captures the city’s next generation – a network of young free spirits unafraid of individuality.
Photographer Bruce Polin explores how humans create their own private spaces within larger communal ones.
The Blondie co-founder guitarist was an integral part of New York’s golden age. Now, in a new book, he remembers documenting the whole thing on camera.
After moving to the city in 1979, Richard Hambleton became a pioneer in New York’s street art movement. Now, a new exhibition is celebrating his life and legacy.
For Latin American Foto Festival, the Melrose neighbourhood will act as one vast, public gallery, showcasing work from Latin America’s most exciting names.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
A new exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art pulls together the most politically charged work of the last century.