On July 30, 2011, members of the Suffolk County Police Department were chasing two men, Ramon Rivera, 24, and Camilo Tatis, 33, around the tiny Long Island town of Bohemia. The men were eventually caught by police on Sycamore Street, and arrested on a variety of drug charges. Meanwhile, a press phot ... More >>
Catch Logan Hicks's new work
Honor a landmark show
From the 1800s to Instagram
Nerds just wanna have fun
Take a limo to Mary Ellen Mark’s exhibit
Looking back at Marina Abramovic’s staring contest
This image will be everywhere for Fashion Week. What can I say? I'm as speechless as I am at the forefront of the photo.
A group exhibit focuses on female photographers
Meet Christer Strömholm's 'friends'
Zine-makers show off their unique publications
Have you ever wondered what Alex Rodriguez's favorite works of art in the Metropolitan Museum of Art are? Would you have guessed they include a Manet, a Thomas Eakins, a 10th-11th century Sicán funerary mask and a Rauschenberg among others? Well, that's what the museum's newest ad campaign with the ... More >>
During Armory Arts Week, Casa De Costa gallery in the Financial District is kicking off Bronx based photographer Kevin Amato's show "F*ck the Golden Years" with an opening reception this evening. We caught up with Amato last month, a friend and sometime collaborator on stories we've reported togethe ... More >>
Mick Rock’s iconic images on view
High-class fashion, high-class magazine
Feminists on photofilm
The above viral video of a panda sneezing is going to be turned into a feature mockumentary. Lesley Hammond and Jenny Walsh, two nature photographers who captured the 16 second clip back in 1999, have secured $1.3 million to make The Life and Times of Sneezing Baby Panda. The Hollywood Reporter say ... More >>
A designer gets some help from his fabulous friends
The city unlike youve seen it before
Larry Clark goes back to Tulsa
Part of Diesel's "Be Stupid" campaign? Via NYP.Semi-nude Diesel models have been offending people all over town with their unmitigated, partially clad sexiness! (Not offended: the New York Post, which has covered this story for at least 3 days.) First it was at Brooklyn Law School, where a ph ... More >>
You will always find pretty naked people in the New York Post, because why not. Saturday features steamy photos from the brand Diesel, which rented the library at Brooklyn Law School for a photo shoot. The result? Post take it away: "There oughta be a law -- against being this naughty." Get i ... More >>
Look back at the best female pop artists
Playboy centerfolds and a scary look at the beauty industry
Trying on makeup in order to make out of trafficking
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 21, 1967, Vol. XIII, No. 10 Andy Warhol's Book Party: Put-On, Pop-Out, Blow-Up by Sally Kempton and Ross Wetzsteon "Do you think pop art is..." "No." "What?" "No." "Do you think pop art is..." "No...No, I don't." Andy Warhol h ... More >>
Anxiety? Fetish? Picture-prone artists are loving themselves some process.
Its going to get ugly at this exhibit
Long before Carrie Bradshaw, there was the city
A look back on Warhol's Factory
From Captain Beefheart videos to Yoko Ono puzzlers
Wood was no artist. That's what makes him interesting.
The Chelsea Hotel celebrates its 125th anniversary
Despite the famously dour lyrical implication of "I Don't Want to Get Over You," Stephin Merritt does not, in fact, dress in black. Actually, he dresses almost entirely in brown, one of those terribly obvious details—like Amy Winehouse being a dead ringer for Janice from Friends—you might not no ... More >>
The examination of Jesse James
Full-size photo here from trixiebedlam's Flickr.* Schiller doesn't look happy. Personally, we thought he looked distinguished in the portrait. Then again, that was before we realized that Gore-B Skewville (see comments) added the text FAME GAME on Marc's pedestal after we'd last seen the work, plus ... More >>
Celebs who won't let you take their picture are bad; non-celebs who demand you do are worse.
Floating in a historical limbo without past or present
From the austerely documentary to the resolutely fabulist
Both Arbus and Clark pursued an intensely personal vision with little concern for its popular reception.
A pioneering photographer's spontaneous yet precisely calibrated view of modern India
At Two Locations, Photographer Katy Grannan Returns With Richer, Riskier New Work
Madonna Gets the Steven Klein Makeover
100 Photographers Share a Virtual Exhibition Space
Tracking Photography From the Biennale to the Newsstand