In this video by Relative Minds, Bay Area graffiti writer, Csaw of HCM crew paints a number of tributes for Gloom in a massive abandon structure.
Sharon Lockhart is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Lochart’s Goshogaoka, filmed in a middle school gymnasium in suburban Japan, takes as its ostensible subject the exercise routines and drills of
We are so excited to be able to premiere the new video from Juxtapoz friend, contributor all around hip-hop superstar Aesop Rock and the track, "Get Out of the Car"
US President Donald Trump made a visit to Bethlehem. And, drove past Banksy's Walled Off Hotel. See, everyone wants to see Banksy's new project.
The ever successful street art festival made its debut in Aberdeen, Scotland this past month, and now it has itself a documentary.
Most of our audience is familiar with the photographer and documentary filmmaker behind Everybody Street, Cheryl Dunn.
Tomorrow, PopRally will present Petra Collins: In Search of Us, an evening of performance, music, and digital art conceived and developed by Collins with artist and close collaborator Madelyne Beckle
Nowadays, you can get a glimpse into your favorite celebrities’ lives on sites like Instagram and FaceBook. Before social media, guys like Jean Pigozzi captured celebrities in their personal settin
First published in France in 1958, then in the United States in 1959, Robert Frank's “The Americans” exploded onto twentieth-century photography redefining what a photograph and a photography boo
Belgian photographer, Frieke Janssens got into photography at the young age of 15 and has branded a unique style of photography to call her own.
Kevin O’Meara is a photographer and fine artist Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is largely self-taught, picking up information through his grandfather, a lifelong NPPA photographer, and through conversa
In Julia Fullerton-Batten’s mesmerizing photographic series, The ACT, the artist examines the lives of female sex-workers, women who choose to earn their living by exploiting their bodies as escort
Drawing upon the region’s musical history, specifically finding inspiration in old-time, blues, and gospel, Lavalette abstractly explored how music is capable of playing a role in regional oral his
Alex Majoli documents the thin line between reality and theatre in a series of photographs currently on display at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
Hugh Holland travelled to Venice Beach from Oklahoma in the mid-'70s and immediately fell in love with the Southern California skateboarding scene.
Swedish Fashion photographer Marcus Palmqvist defies gravity by capturing moments of extreme balance that both unsettle the viewer and create a strange sense of elegance.
Amanda Hunt, associate curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem, has organized the “Black Cowboy” exhibition currently on view through April 2, 2017.