Posts in Category: new york city

Editor Pick: Brooke DiDonato

An ongoing series of self-portraits by Ohio-born, New York-based photographer Brooke DiDonato. “A House is Not a Home” quirkily conveys DiDonato’s feelings upon returning to her suburban hometown.

This is just one of the many brilliant submissions we’ve received this past month. See more images below. You can also click here to check out the rest of our Editor Picks and here to submit a project of your own !


Editor Pick: Joshua Zucker-Pluda

Classic American landscapes are made hauntingly alien in this gorgeous series by cinematographer Joshua Zucker-Pluda, currently based in Los Angeles and New York City. Discovered via our new Reader Submissions platform and selected as an Editor Pick, see more other-worldly images from “Land of an Unknown Order” below.

Photographer Spotlight: Sebastiano Arpaia

Recent work by New York City-based photographer Sebastiano Arpaia (previously featured here). See more images below.


Artist Spotlight: Lea Heinrich

A selection of work by Lea Heinrich, an illustrator working in Berlin and New York City. See more images below.

David Choe’s Controversial Bowery Mural Has Been Defaced (Multiple Times)

Photo by Luna Park


Almost immediately after artist David Choe completed his giant mural on New York City’s famed Bowery wall (located at the corner of Houston Street and Bowery), the artwork was defaced.

Goldman Global Arts, curators of the Bowery wall, made a very controversial decision to select David Choe for the wall despite his bragging about predatory sexual behaviour on his own podcast a few years ago (if you’re unaware: further reading). Last week Hyperallergic wrote about the Bowery mural and its part in the normalisation of rape culture.

Artist Spotlight: Elliott Chambers

A selection of paintings by New York City-based artist Elliott Chambers, originally from Bath, UK. More images below.

Superfine! Fair Headed to New York City

Superfine! NYC 2017 is the first rendition of the Superfine! art fair to hit New York, bringing nine gallery booths and 30 indie artist positions to the Meatpacking District. The event subverts the typical fair, opting for a hyper-curated environment over stuffy warehouses. Founders Alex Mitow and James Miille say they created Superfine! as a “reaction to the overall trend of the art market, which we felt was becoming a bit exclusive and stale and ultimately not serving the needs of the artists who depend on steady sales and a constant stream of new collectors to sustain themselves.”

Photographer Spotlight: Sebastiano Arpaia

Photos by New York City-based photographer Sebastiano Arpaia. More images below.