Going back and forth between his residences in New York and Ghana, photographer Lyle Ashton Harris captures stark portraits of people along the way, including key figures in gay history and culture.
Photographer Dan Nicoletta began his career working in Harvey Milk's camera shop — and he hasn't stopped capturing history on film since.
Photographer Joe Lally has a knack for finding men in all the right places.
Photographer Frank Melleno must have intuited the once-in-a-lifetime magic of the moment when he took these candid Polaroid pictures at the Fairoaks Hotel.
When casting a shoot for a male nude exhibit, Vecchiato says he simply let his subjects come to him. The results cultivated honesty and raw human instinct.
Endries's work has been exhibited internationally in magazines
ranging from Black Book to Black Inches. He likes pretty things, ugly places, and creative types that will let it rip.
A Belgian photographer likes to capture emotion, honesty, and grit in his minimalist photos.
Emerging photographer Lope Navo loves shooting landscapes, architecture, and muscly guys.
A Polaroid camera and a bunch of men on the verge of orgasm set the stage for Justin Violini's "Fearless Project."
Lemonk plays with color, emotion, and texture, with a splash of sexiness, to create a surrealist world.
North Carolina Museum of Art director Larry Wheeler managed an $80 million expansion in the middle of a recession and has gone head-to-head with Jesse Helms. No wonder he's widely considered the unofficial mayor of Raleigh.
Rashaad Newsome has mastered photography, video, and performance art — and now, with an exhibition at the Whitney Museum's Biennial, he tackles the art of vogue.
What do you get when you mix fencing, blindfolds, and a blow-dryer? Step inside the imagination of photographer Syed Kazmi.
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