The “Disposable Series” Makes Room for Queer Artists Of Color

We speak with the minds behind the collective that showcases less represented communities

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick For Travis Geter, Robert Vance, and Redgi Woods, the art world was not a place that they saw themselves represented within. The queer men—who work as a photographer, creative director, and art director respectively—repeatedly felt that the stories and the work of queer people of color were markedly absent from gallery walls, and they were tired of it. In response—and in …

Underrepresented Voices on Show at Zinister Zine Fair

Opening today at the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, as part of the BAAD! Ass Women 2017 festival, the Zinister Zine Fair focuses on self-published works by people of color and/or those who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. More than just a zine sale, there will be an open-mic component and even a zine-making area where visitors can get creative. Find out …

Techies Project by Photographer Helena Price

Unique perspectives of Silicon Valley life, told through 100 interviews and portraits

The two words “Silicon Valley” immediately stir up stereotypes, stigma and maybe an HBO show. The name has become a cultural reflex, and that’s what photographer Helena Price wants to change with her ambitious, large-scale portrait and interview series. Techies Project, launched today, is a collection of 100 in-depth interviews that breaks this idea of the “sameness” plaguing the area. Turning the camera toward those …

Three Fresh Cycling Kits for Spring

Ride in style, comfort and safety with these district jersey-shorts combinations

With road riding season upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re eagerly assembling our gear for everything from Saturday centuries to weekday laps in the park. As much as one’s kit is a matter of function, it’s also an avenue of expression. We’ve combed this season’s offerings for three distinctly different jersey and shorts offerings. From heritage-inspired wool to modern minimalism all the way …