Simone Thompson is making a Public Service Announcement—photographing artists and asking them about their impact on the communities they are a part of. This installment of her series features NYC based jewelry designer Sade Mims.
After leaving art school and realizing that their project wasn't living up to what they had dreamed it could be, Olivia Park and Esther Fan, the founders of Sad Asian Girls Club, parted ways. Gone but not forgotten, we took a look at the lasting impact of the ill-fated artists' collective.
MaryV Benoit is in love with Chella, who is currently in the processing of a FTM transition. Camera in hand, MaryV began documenting the whole process as a therapeutic tool for both of them. Consisting of photographs, videos, and documents like love letters, Gender Documentation is an intimate look into one couple's shared experience of transitioning.
Director Natalia Leite's latest film M.F.A., a revenge fantasy told from a feminist perspective, tackles issues of on campus sexual assault. Contributing Editor Abigail Best caught up with Leite to talk the politics of the film.
Korean-Australian Photographer Sophie Hur stumbled upon photography as she was studying to become an actor. This month, Hur has launched a new photo series examining female identity through intimate portraits and interviews with women she admires.