NYC based photographers James and Karla Murray pay tribute to "Mom-and-Pops of the LES" with near life-sized art installation.
NYC's International Center of Photography presents "GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield," a sweeping investigation on the elusive pursuit of wealth.
Garet Smit's photo exhibit at NYC's Alice Austen House the vast urban and architectural changes occurring on the north shore of Staten Island.
A new photography exhibit at Galerie Richard by Seville-based artist Dionisio González reimagines Central Park and the midtown Manhattan skyline.
Two images taken 120 years apart from the same spot in NYC, at the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue. What's the story behind the original by Alfred Stieglitz?
December 2016 ushers in long-awaited art installations including opening of AIDS Memorial Park, exhibit by Annie Lebowitz, street art at Stanton Street Courts and more.
New David Attie photo exhibit reveals lost images of Truman Capote and Brooklyn Heights at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
The Museum of the City of New York opened a new exhibit called "In the South Bronx of America" which features black and white photographs by Mel Rosenthal.
Explore vintage photograph's of Staten Island from 1983-1984, NYC's "forgotten borough," with Professor Christine Osinski's new book "Summer Days: Staten Island."
Photos from James and Karla Murray's book Storefront II, documenting NYC's family-owned businesses before they disappear, a follow up from the book Store Front