Curve gets up during the day time on some rooftops in New York City with some classic New York in the 70’s footage thrown in the mix.
The capitol city of Kuala Lumpur is one of Asia's biggest transit hubs and home of the only metro system in Malaysia. As of 2004 the metro lines, which originally operated as separate companies, merg
To unveil their newest camera the Leica M-D, the iconic camera company enlisted the perspectives of photographers Daniel Arnold, Nicholas La and Rui Palha, sending the three to Porto, Portugal to sho
Patti holds court on her love of the French poet Rimbuad that spawned her creative path while still a young woman in New Jersey.
The Diary, a collection of unissued material that Dilla assembled but never released, finally saw the light this month. "The Sickness," a bonus track off the album featuring Nas, just got a music vid
Ben Alper’s series “Background Noise,” created between 2011-2013, is a collection of psychedelic reproductions of the pictures we all have sitting in boxes in attics somewhere.
Fresh off her year as artist-in-residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem, artist Sadie Barnette, based in LA and New York City, presents "Superfecta," a solo show at Charlie James Gallery that opened
Anna Ladd’s 2013 series “things i told the internet, but didn’t tell my mom” is a reflection on how daily blogging for 6 years vastly altered her own concepts of privacy and intimacy, especia
An update on Dana Lixenberg, whose large-format photography offers intimate portraits and landscapes.
Artist Jacqui Stockdale produces an incredible portrait series incorporating masks.
Neptune's film and photography series exposes the mythos of the strong black woman.
Gallery Luisotti is delighted to announce "Lago," Ron Jude’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery.
"Santa Muerte," a project by photographer Angus Fraser, focuses on the cult following of a folk saint whose full name translates to “Our Lady of the Holy Death.”
Paula Prats series “Found” is attempting to create a “fake deja vú” of various images she has collected and encountered.
Farah Al Qasimi’s “The World is Sinking” plays with moments of minute performance and representations.
The diversity of subjects that capture Chinese photographer, Zhang Xiao’s interest appears at first broad, but at the root revolve entirely around his native land of China and it’s complex cultur
Emmanuel Angelicas grew up in Marrickville, Australia and started his first photographic story at seven years old documenting his family, friends and neighbourhood in black and white photogaphs