The Lesbian Archives of Glasgow Women’s Library

The Glasgow Women’s Library is the only accredited institution in the UK that’s dedicated to archiving women’s lives and communities—past and present. The intersectional feminist museum is also home to the Lesbian Archive—the largest collection of artifacts (from political pamphlets and badges to flyers, newsletters, clothes, dildos and more) that’s centered on women and non-binary people’s LGBTQ+ experiences. Adele Patrick tells Dazed, “These are incredibly …

Studio Visit: The Herman Miller Archive

We speak with Amy Auscherman about how looking back helps the brand move forward

On a recent visit to Herman Miller‘s headquarters we explored their impressive corporate archive. There we found many expected things like correspondence, old catalogs, sketches, swatches and rare pieces of furniture, along with unexpected treasures like shop floor-made templates for cutting wood pieces of modernist masterpieces and the negatives for the Eames‘ seminal 1977 film “Powers of Ten and the Relative Size of the Universe.” …

Spring Studios Opens its Doors for the LIFE Photo Exhibition

Exclusive, iconic NYC images from the '40s to '70s will be shown at the creative hub's debut show

Much can be said of TriBeCa’s Spring Studios. Arguably of greatest importance, it’s an epic 150,000 square foot multi-floor space dedicated to creativity. Recently, a 12,000 square foot, 360-degree-view rooftop was opened and a members’ only club known as Spring Place was announced. Aside from being the headquarters of a production company and offering coworking spaces as well as photo studios for rent, there’s a …

Interview: Photographer Steve Schapiro

His new book Bowie reveals quiet, spiritual portraits of the music legend from the '70s

Martin Luther King Jr and the Selma march, Marlon Brando on set in “The Godfather” (and more than 200 films and 100 movie posters), Robert F Kennedy on the presidential campaign trail, Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol, Nico, Barbra Streisand are just some of the recognizable people Steve Schapiro has documented on camera. “All through the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, I’ve certainly been …

The Cuba Archive by Tria Giovan

A rare look at the country's day-to-day during the '90s, captured by the photographer over 11 visits

NYC- and Sag Harbor-based photographer Tria Giovan traveled to Cuba 11 times during the severe economic depression of the ’90s, snapping over 25,000 images with a sense of urgency. Her photos reveal glimpses of perseverance and enduring spirit in one of the most unique places in the world, but the decades of isolation were bound to end. With President Obama announcing a restoration of full …