More about the 2011's Queer Issue cover photographer: "I work almost totally in black and white. I enjoy removing the image one step out of reality where the textural, sculptural and sensual qualities of light on the body come into focus. It elevates the scene out of the ordinary color-filled world we are accustomed to and compels the viewer to look differently at the image. And the image is the male nude. The male body is an amazing creation – a sensual machine of power, grace and beauty. I want to capture these powerful images in intimate moments. This is my art." www.jeffpalmer.com
Envisioning some day dream hallucination of your average Joe or Jane Cubicle, Cheryl threw a party this past Saturday, June 11 at Gowanus' Bell House replete with sticky-note gowns, secretary garb, and inexplicable Batman masks.
Read Benjamin Lozovsky's post about the buzz band's homecoming show over at Sound of the City. Or enjoy a dozen shots of front woman Madeline Follin's dreamy mug. (Some of Brian Oblivion and the rest of the band, too.)
Another Popshop party went down at the Lower East Side's Tammany Hall on Thursday June 2, featuring performances by Computer Magic, Body Language, and Keepaway. Chiddy Bang was there as well, filming their new music video starring the crowd.
The MFA Building is a 12,000-square-foot space located on West 41st Street between 9th and 10th Avenue that functions as the site of most BFA and MFA students' studios and exhibitions. The building, acquired free of charge in 1950s, will be vacated in the next year. Enjoy a slideshow of what...
For the past year, C.S. Muncy has been documenting the Occupy Wall Street movement for us. Peaceful marches, intense police clashes, and everything in between--he's been there. Assembled here are some of his greatest shots.
More: Read the Village Voice's Occupy Wall Street Coverage